Turkeyen body stabbed to abdomen multiple times – autopsy

An autopsy carried out on the skeletal remains of an unidentified woman, found in a clump of bushes along the Turkeyen Road, East Coast Demerara last Thursday, revealed that the woman was stabbed several times to her abdomen, police said. In a statement, the police said Dr Nehaul Singh gave the cause of death as incised wounds to the abdomen. The post-mortem examination was performed yesterday by the doctor after an initial on-site autopsy.

The discovery had triggered speculation that the body was that of the missing St Stanislaus College teacher who vanished three weeks ago after taking her students to a basketball game at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

The high school teacher, Nyozi Goodman, had told her students that …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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