Body of second missing fisherman washes up

The decomposed body of Naresh Persaud, 22 years, of No. 72 Village, Corentyne, was found this morning on the foreshore at Alness, Corentyne, police said today.

Persaud was also one of the men who had gone to sea in the fishing boat “Miss Seema” that was found on July 25, 2014. The body of Omesh Derhup was found earlier today. (See other story below.)

Post mortem examinations were done by Pathologist Dr. Vivekanand Brijmohan who gave the cause of death of Persaud as due to multiple injuries. He has not given his findings as yet in relation to Derhup, police said.

The investigations are ongoing.

Naresh Persaud

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