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Bones in a bed sheet mystery

By SUSAN MOHAMMED susan.mohammed@trinidadexpress.com

A HUMAN skeleton was discovered wrapped in a bed sheet hidden in a forested area in Central Trinidad yesterday.
Police said they believe that the remains were that of a man.
At around 1.25 p.m. police received information and a party of police officers of the La Horquetta Police Station and San Raphael Police Post led by Inspector Siewdass, Sgts Khan and Waldropt, went to an area at Balata Trace, off Tumpuna Road.
Police said some two metres from the roadway they found a blue and red bed sheet containing the skeleton. The remains were taken to the Forensic Science Centre, St James.
Anyone with information can contact the La Horquetta Police Station at 643-3857
Police said they believe that the remains were that of a man.
At around 1.25 p.m. police received information and a party of police officers of the La Horquetta Police Station and San Raphael Police Post led by Inspector Siewdass, Sgts Khan and Waldropt, went to an area at Balata Trace, off Tumpuna Road.

Police said some two metres from the roadway they found a blue and red bed sheet containing the skeleton. The remains were taken to the Forensic Science Centre, St James.
Anyone with information can contact the La Horquetta Police Station at 643-3857.

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