Police declared some ‘wanted’ members of Hawks wanted. Tuesday's appearance was their second appearance after they first appeared before the High court on April 4, where their pleas were taken.
Their Counsel, Evans Amankwaa, maintained the innocence of the three accused persons and pleaded with the court to grant them bail.
He commended police as well as the judiciary especially the Attorney-General's Department for upholding justice.
"We thank the Ghana Police Service for their co-operation. We thank the Attorney-General for their co-operation and we thank the judicial system for upholding justice. I'm happy as a lawyer today in this country that, at the end of the day we have been able to see justice being done to people who are innocent."
Meanwhile, family of the victim, Wasiw Iddrisou who were not at the High Court, want police to intensify efforts to arrest some eight other suspects who are at large.
The suspects will be back at the District Court on May 21.