DNA testing needed to identify the decomposed body of a woman
This newscast understands that a passerby discovered the remains after stopping to urinate on the street.
The remains is said to be that of a woman and was found in a clump of bushes aback of Caricom Annex at Turkeyen on the East coast of Demerara.
Sources told this newscast that the woman was found with her underwear below her knees and parts of her body appeared to have been eaten by dogs and other animals around the area. The police are working on the theory that the woman may have been rape. Her hands were tied and a used condom with what sources say appeared to be sperms was also found on the scene.
Dr Singh did not speak to the media about his finding but this newscast understands that a DNA test will have to be conducted to verify the identity of the woman.
Police investigators are working feverishly to put the pieces together with the aim of solving the mysterious discovery of the remains of the woman.
Already speculations are running high that the decomposed body could be that of the missing teacher Nyozi Goodman. But family members of the woman remain optimistic Goodman is alive.
Its over 20 days since the teacher was last scene after she left a basketball game at the Gymnasium earlier this month.
Then there was the disappearance the Police Corporal Patriena Nicholson some months ago. To date her whereabouts remains a mystery.