Apr 29, 2016 News Comments Off on Police find mutilated remains of missing boat crash victim
Police at the Charity Outpost yesterday afternoon made the shocking discovery of missing Pomeroon resident Mohamed Shameer’s dismembered body in a black plastic bag, in a clump of bushes in an area in Moruca. The discovery reportedly followed Rondell Kellawan’s tip-off.
Kellawan was one of the occupants of Lennox Baharally’s boat that was initially said to have collided with a boat in which Shameer was travelling. He told police that Mohamed Shameer was in fact murdered.
Baharally’ s father, Compton, and Baharally’ s 13-year-old son, were also in Lennox Baharally’s boat.
Police have since detained Lennox Baharally and his father, who are the prime suspects.
Mohamed Shameer’s sister said that her brother’s body was chopped into pieces.
All the while, family members of the deceased had concluded that he was killed by Baharally, another close relative.
On Monday evening, Shameer, who was afflicted by polio, was venturing to his Jacklow, Upper Pomeroon River home in his wooden balahoo when his boat was reportedly struck by a 75-horsepower engine vessel driven by his nephew, Lennox Baharally.
Shameer had left earlier that day to visit a friend. The labourer lived with his mother Bibi Narjhoon.
A Post Mortem is expected to be performed shortly. (Yannason Duncan)
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