Apr 13, 2019 News
Police on the Essequibo Coast are investigating the murder of an elderly woman within the Little Red Village, Onderneeming, sometime between 8:30 and 9:30 hrs yesterday morning.
The dead woman has since been identified as Molly, an elderly shopkeeper in her 50s. According to reports, the woman was discovered yesterday morning, lying motionless on her bed.
One neighbour who was on the scene told this publication, “When I come I see Aunty Molly lying on the bed with she face up, she two hands on she chest, like by she neck, two foot on the ground, she underwear at she knees and she face appeared to be beat-up.”
Since police had no positive identification of a suspect yesterday, the question of who may be responsible for the death of this elderly woman still remained unanswered.
Based on statements from witnesses within Red Village, the deceased operated a shop in the community.
One resident who was close to the deceased told this publication that a man who appears to be in his 30s had owed the woman. The description given to this publication indicates that the individual was of a mixed race, slim, and brown in complexion.
An individual who would usually supply the business woman with ice in the mornings, claims that he last saw Aunty Molly alive around 08:30 hrs. yesterday. The man said that when he returned sometime around 11:45 hrs, he discovered the woman dead. And he immediately raised an alarm.
Another individual said that he picked up an intoxicated man of mixed race, and transported him out of the community sometime between 9:30 hrs. and 10:00hrs. The individual, he claims, was a man of mixed race, thin, brown in complexion, and appeared to be in his 30s.
Witnesses claim that the man was last seen wearing a brown jersey and black jeans.
The taxi driver went on to say, “I saw the man under the tree and he ask me if I going out… When he get in the car he appeared to be drunk. Anyway, when we reach the Suddie Car Park he tell me how he ain’t got money to pay so I tell he go down…”
This publication understands that an individual matching such description was last seen on board a ferry, bound for Parika.
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