Remains found in March are of man missing since 2008

– ID card found in pocket

The search for Rajnarine Hookumchand of Bush Lot, West Coast Berbice who went missing on October 15, 2008 officially ended on Monday when his decomposed remains were discovered in a Georgetown mortuary.

The remains were first found on March 20 at Mahaica by a farmer but the identity was unknown. It was not until the pathologist was about to perform the autopsy that the man’s identification (ID) card was found in his shirt pocket.

Police contacted the relatives and they travelled to Georgetown and confirmed that the remains  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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