Minister within the Ministry of Natural Resources Simona Broomes, on behalf of the government, today paid a visit to the family of the late Leonard Archibald, the Department of Public Information (DPI) said.Archibald went missing from his Sisters Village, East Bank Berbice home on Sunday, September 17; days later his decomposed body was found in the Kortberaad, Berbice River area on Sunday, September 23rd.DPI said that the Ministry of Social Protection has since been aiding the family with expenses for the wake and funeral. Minister Broomes expressed her deepest condolences to the family and stated that the visit was to enquire if there were any other areas where the administration could help.DPI said that Abigail Archibald, mother of the late teen expressed her gratitude for the government’s intervention and believes she will receive justice for her son.Broomes and the media team also visited the Berbice Divisional Commander Lyndon Alves to clarify the matter. According to DPI, Commander Alves explained, that following the incident, there had been media reports regarding accusations of the perpetrators being child molesters and unknown cases now being reported. He said an independent investigation has been launched to address this. Alves also stated, “there has been no report,” recorded of any related case in the area.