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Autopsy: Woman died from diabetes complications

A POST MORTEM has revealed that Roslyn Kidd died from complications associated with diabetes.

Kidd’s decomposing body was found seated on a chair in the living room of her house in Point Fortin on Thursday night.

Police said Kidd, 35, appeared to be clutching her chest but foul play was not ruled out as unusual marks were seen on her hand.

However, police said yesterday that an autopsy conducted by pathologist Dr Hughvon Des Vignes on Friday found that she died from complications related to diabetes.

Kidd’s body was found three days after she was reported missing by her sister.

Relatives told police that they were unable to contact her and her home at Fanny Village, Point Fortin was locked.

When they returned on Thursday, they found there was a stench coming from inside the house and contacted the police. 

It was then that Kidd’s body was discovered.

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