The Metropolitan Police in the UK contracted ESSL to track down Arthur Simpson-Kent, a Ghanaian born British who fled to hide in Ghana after killing his wife, Sian Blake, the EastEnders actress and their two sons in London and afterwards buried them in shallow graves.
The Private Investigative Unit of ESSL tracked down Arthur’s movement from the UK to Amsterdam and from Amsterdam to Ghana. In Ghana, ESSL tracked down Arthur’s movement from Mensah Sarbah Hill at Cape Coast, where he was born to Busua, in the Western Region.
ESSL’s Private Investigative Unit then informed the necessary authorities of the hideout of Arthur Simpson-Kent which led to his arrest at Busua Beach. Arthur Simpson-Kent was handed to detectives from London Metropolitan Police after his arrest.