Decomposed body fished out of EBD canal identified as “Wild Buck”

first_imgOne day after the badly decomposed body of a male was fished out of a canal at Craig, East Bank Demerara, it has been identified as that of 28-year-old Kevin Ketwaroo, also called “Wild Buck”, a mason of Friendship, EBD.The body was on Tuesday identified at the Lyken’s Funeral Home by the dead man’s sister Marina Mc Calmon and his brother Adrian Ketwaroo. When contacted, the sister told Guyana Times that family members are still trying to gather information that might lead to an understanding of the circumstances attending the man’s death.She explained that the late Kevin, who had been employed with a private security firm, had left home a few days ago; and when he did not return home, relatives became worried and started to search for him, but to no avail. Upon hearing the news that a body had been found at Craig, EBD, they decided to make some inquiries at the Grove Police Station. They were then escorted to the Lyken’s Funeral Home, where their worst fears were confirmed. The woman did not divulge any additional information.The body of the late Kevin Ketwaroo was found floating in a canal at Craig Side Line Dam, EBD. The body was reportedly discovered at about 13:00h by a male, who contacted the Grove Police Station.The body was clad in a black short sleeve jersey and a pair of blue denim jeans, and was barefooted at the time of the discovery. A search on the body unearthed a black Samsung Galaxy mobile phone and $5800 in cash.Now that the body has been identified, a post mortem will be conducted to determine what had caused the man’s demise.last_img read more

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