A 45-year-old Jacklow man was discovered floating by residents of the Upper Pomeroon River community early Wednesday morning.
William Young, also known as Gharam, reportedly went missing sometime on Sunday last, while attending one of his cousins’ wedding at Jacklow.
Young’s decomposing body was retrieved by detectives and taken to a morgue at Charity, where a post mortem examination will be conducted.
Residents insisted that they did not want to pronounce on any perceived circumstance as to how Young may have met his demise, but have noted that they are unsure as to whether he fell overboard, since he would have crossed the Pomeroon River.
A cousin of the dead man said Young left his Jacklow home sometime Sunday for a wedding and his boat and paddle were discovered floating in the Pomeroon River.
Meanwhile, 74-year-old Elithine France’s body was retrieved from the Pomeroon River on Sunday evening last by her son-in-law, Richard Benjamin.
The senior citizen reportedly fell overboard while taking a bath.
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