Police are questioning the boyfriend of 29-year-old Anjanie Madhoo, who was found dead in a canal at La Bonne Intention, East Coast Demerara on Wednesday morning.
The man, who lives at Success, was detained hours after the woman’s body was discovered. Police are trying to establish how Madhoo, who resided at Alexander Village, ended up on the East Coast of Demerara.
They believe that she had visited her boyfriend on Monday, the day she was last seen alive by her parents.
However, the source said that the man has maintained that he did not see the woman that day.
Madhoo’s body was fished out of a trench near the LBI Pay Office at around 07:00 hours on Wednesday.
At the time no one knew who the woman was but several hours later her father identified her as Anjanie Madhoo, called Pinky. Family members had missed the woman and had made a missing person report to the police.
The man’s worst fears were confirmed when he saw his daughter’s swollen body in the morgue.
“Monday she left to go to work. She working on Regent Street.
And since then we ain’t see she back. We check fuh she and we phone everybody,” Madhoo told this newspaper. Kaieteur News understands that the woman did go to work and left at the stipulated time.
Detectives believe that the woman may have traveled to East Coast Demerara on Monday night to observe the Diwali celebrations at the LBI Community Centre Ground. A post mortem examination will be performed on the body today to determine the cause of death.
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