On-site post-mortem done on female remains found at Turkeyen

An on-site post-mortem examination was performed yesterday on the decomposed body of a woman, which was found on a desolate road in Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara on Thursday.

The find has sparked speculation that it could be the remains of the St Stanislaus College teacher who disappeared three weeks ago.

On Thursday evening around 6 pm, a civilian who was relieving himself near a clump of bushes on the Turkeyen Road made the horrific discovery. Overgrown weeds had almost obscured the skeletal remains from sight.

When police turned up and residents gathered at the scene on Thursday night they discovered the dismembered body and a pair of underwear in the bushes. According to one resident, the hair on the head of the corpse had been removed and it appeared to have been doused with some chemical. A belt was tied around the right  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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