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Cops seek help to id woman’s body, male gunshot victim

Published: 
Thursday, June 7, 2018

Police are seeking the public’s help to identify the body of a woman who was found dumped off Morne Coco Road, Maraval two weeks ago.

The woman was described as being of mixed descent, light brown complexion, medium built, approximately five feet eight inches, in the early

30s, with naturally long dark hair and healthy teeth.

The body was found by CEPEP workers who were working along the roadway around 9.30am on May 24.

There are nine tattoos on the woman’s body, including musical symbols to the left side of the neck, across on the stomach area, the name ‘Anderson’ with three stars on the inside of the right wrist, roses on the left forearm, the name ‘Gwen’ on the left wrist, the words ‘Kedon’ and ‘Yudi’ on the centre of the back.

A tattoo with phrase ‘La Sangre De Cristo Tiene Poder’ with a Rosary is to the upper right side of the back and a colourful butterfly on the upper left side of the back.

Anyone with information can contact the Homicide Bureau of Investigations Region 1 at 625-8234 or 624-5230, the police at 999, 555, 911, any police station or call 800-TIPS.

And officers attached to Arima Crime Investigation Department need help to identify a man who was found nude and unconscious at the side of the road in Arima around midnight on Tuesday.

The man had gunshot wounds to his leg, arm and face.

He was described as being African-decent, light-brown in complexion, and about five feet, seven inches in height.

He was taken to the Arima Health Facility where he remains warded. Police officers said the man gave his address as Diego Martin to the nurses.

Anyone with information should call Cpl Ramdhanie at Arima CID or any police station 667-3563.

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