Jan 14, 2010 News
The murder of 22-year-old Luciana Bhagwandin has taken yet another interesting twist as the taxi driver who was initially arrested has been released from police custody.
Reports are that the taxi driver was released after several persons were able to verify his story. Meanwhile a post mortem examination which was performed on the woman’s remains revealed that she died as a result of shock and hemorrhage due to multiple stab wounds.
And in another twist of events this newspaper has also been informed that the woman was last seen entering a dark-colored car in Ogle and she was forcefully taken away from that location. That was the last time the woman was seen alive.
Bhagwandin’s mutilated body was found early Sunday morning at Harlem, West Coast Demerara. Her father after seeing a picture in Kaieteur News on Tuesday visited the West Demerara Hospital mortuary where he positively identified the remains of his daughter.
Meanwhile, an aunt of the dead woman had earlier claimed that she last saw Bhagwandin on Friday afternoon when she left, their Cummings Lodge home, saying she was going to a nearby supermarket.
The woman had also stated that she attempted to make a missing person report at the Turkeyen Police station but she was told she has to wait until 48 hours had elapsed.
Bhagwandin was a first year English Major Student at the Cyril Potter College of Education.
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