Police in Freetown on Sunday, arrested an Indian man and his Sierra Leonean accomplices over attempted ritual murder of young man.
 
According to reports, the Sierra Leonean cellular phone seller was invited by the Indian to bring 9 mobile phones to be purchased. 
 
When the retailer entered the Indian merchant's living room, he was violently attacked with sharp knives as the Indian and his Sierra Leonean accomplices tried to cut the victim's tongue to prevent him from raising  alarm. 
 
 
 Graphic: Sierra Leoneans, Indian man arrested in Freetown for attempted ritual murder of a man
 
Neighbours reportedly heard the screaming of the victim and invaded the Indian's apartment where they found the victim wailing in a pool of blood.
 
The victim could not speak as a large portion of his tongue had been damaged. 
 
The police quickly intervened and arrested the Indian and his Sierra Leonean partners in crime. 
 
 
 Graphic: Sierra Leoneans, Indian man arrested in Freetown for attempted ritual murder of a man
 
 
The incident attracted a large crowd of people that wanted instant mob justice but the police fired teargas canisters to disperse them.
 
The Indian and his Sierra Leonean collaborators were later detained at the CID for further investigations. 
 
 Graphic: Sierra Leoneans, Indian man arrested in Freetown for attempted ritual murder of a man
 Graphic: Sierra Leoneans, Indian man arrested in Freetown for attempted ritual murder of a man
 
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