Body of missing taxi driver found at Parika

The body of missing taxi-driver Dhanraj Latchman, 17 years, of Lusignan, ECD, was found at Parika Backdam, EBE this evening, the police say.

Dhanraj Latchman
Dhanraj Latchman

Dhanraj Latchman had been reported as missing to the police on Wednesday June 11, 2014, by his parents after he had reportedly left to transport two passengers to Parika, EBE, and had not returned home.

Two men are in police custody assisting with the investigations.

No further information is available at this time, police say.

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