Monday 26 October, 2020

Still no positive ID for body found

The Royal Barbados Police Force is taking steps to get a positive ID for the body discovered near the Fisheries Complex in Bridgetown last week.

Clad only in a long black pants and black shoes, a partially decomposed body was spotted and reported to police by a fisherman. The body, which was seen about 2:50 pm on Thursday, April 19, 2018, was lodged in the rocks along the inner careenage between the area of Hincks Street car park and the eastern section of the Barbados Fisheries Complex, St. Michael.

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Speaking to Loop News today, the Police Public Relations Officer, Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss said:

“The police are still waiting to have the body positively identified because we couldn’t do that due to the stage of decomposition.

“So we are awaiting the post-mortem.”

From the post-mortem, usually conducted by a medical examiner, the police are hoping to also learn the cause of death as well.

Meanwhile, many Barbadians are speculating about the identity of the person. One missing person report was issued for a woman since the discovery and she was traced. Additionally, there are three wanted men still at large in connection with separate matters.

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