Saturday, February 24, 2018

Tattoo clues to identity of murdered couple


THE man and woman whose bodies were found dumped in an isolated area in Cunupia on Monday were likely killed hours earlier.

Police say it is unlikely that they were reported missing since there were no signs of decomposition on the bodies.

The man was described as of African descent and the woman of East Indian descent.

Both appeared to be in their 20's and both were shot.

The male victim bore the tattoo “Kenny” with a deck of cards on his left hand.

A tattoo of a star is on the female victim's left shoulder, police said.

The corpses, wrapped in a sheet, were discovered at around 5.15 p.m. at Mount Plasir Road.

Investigators believe they were shot and killed at another location, and their bodies dumped in Cunupia.

Anyone with information can contact Homicide Region III at 652 0495.