The bound body of a 27-year-old farmer who has been missing for several weeks was retrieved yesterday from the Bonasika Creek, Essequibo River.
Relatives identified the victim as Anthony Evans, of Pomeroon, Region Two, said that he had been missing for six weeks.
A nephew who spoke to Kaieteur News said that Evans had a dispute with another man who resides near the Bonasika area. This newspaper understands that the man had suspected that Evans was involved in a relationship with his wife. However, the suspect has not been detained.
According to the nephew, residents had spotted his uncle’s decomposing remains since Thursday night. Initial reports had indicated that the victim had been beheaded, but police later confirmed that the corpse was merely in an advanced state of decomposition.
The body was brought to Parika at around 19:00 hrs yesterday before being taken to the Ezekiel Funeral Home.
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