Police on Saturday launched an investigation into the death of a man whose body was found on Saturday in a drain at New Montrose with a gunshot injury.

Head of the Major Crime Unit, detective Inspector Trevor Bailey told I-Witness News that the man had a gunshot injury to the left side of the face.

Bailey did not disclose the identity of the man, saying that the police were yet to locate the dead man’s next of kin — his mother — to inform her formally of the death.

The death is the second last week, and come three days after Sylvannus Porter died near his Upper Cane Hall home of stab wound allegedly inflicted by a woman with whom he had an intimate relationship.

5 replies on “Man found dead in drain in New Montrose”

  1. FATHER IN HEAVEN , HOW DID WE VINCENTIANS GET SO COLD HEARTED ,WE NO LONGER CONCERN ABOUT OUR BROTHER, WE SUPPOSE TO BE OUR BROTHER,S KEEPER BUT GREED AND HATRED IS POISONING OUR HEART AND SOUL, I PRAY GOD WE TAKE STOCK OF OUR SELVES BEFORE ITS TO LATE.

  2. I am shocked at the crime rate on our beautiful Island St Vincent & the Grenadines.I could remember the beauty, peace and happiness I had as a child growing up.It is very sad that I cannot say that today.
    What has gone wrong?.What are those in charge of crime doing about it?.

    God Bless the people of St Vincent & the Grenadines.Please show us the right path.

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