Police have identified the burnt body of a man found in a car in Hope, Tobago this morning, as Dwarika Moses 20, of Les Coteaux.
Police are treating the death as a suspected homicide.
According to reports about 2 am this morning, fire officers responded to a call about a burning car on Belmont Link Road, Hope, Tobago.
When investigators arrived at the site they noticed a body in the vehicle.
Tobago recorded 9 murders last year.
Police are seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of a man, which was discovered on Sunday at the corner of North Coast Road and Negmahwah Road, Maraval.
Police say the body was that of a man of Spanish descent in the mid-thirties with a brown complexion, approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall, stockily built, medium length black hair at the top with the sides and back shaved; and attired in a pink sleeveless T-shirt, with the words ‘PARAISO DEL SOL INSTRURA LA VIDA BUENA’ and fluorescent green short pants with a checkered pattern.
The TTPS is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of a man, which was discovered on August 14th along the North Coast Road, Maracas.
The body was that of a man, approximately 5 feet 7 inches in height; and attired at the time, in a pair of red ¾ pants and tall rubber boots.
It was found by a crab catcher, in a forested area in the vicinity of Cyril Bay, around 5:00pm, in an advanced stage of decomposition.
Tobago police are investigating the discovery of a body in Mason Hall.
According to police reports shortly after 6 last evening residents of Les Couteaux reported a foul stench emanating from the area.
While combing the scene, police discovered the decomposing body of a man down a precipice.
The body was recovered and an autopsy is expected to be conducted to determine the cause of death.
A flock of corbeaux feasting on a decomposing human body near the shore at Moruga led beach-goers to the ghastly find yesterday.
Police said around 8 am, the remains were found on a beach off at La Retraite Trace at Lanse Mitan, Moruga.
The corpse was lying partially on some rocks and on the sand. It was viewed by the District Medical Officer who ordered it removed to the Forensic Science Centre.
Police said the body could not be identified because of the advanced state of decomposition.
Moruga police are continuing investigations.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of a woman, which was discovered on Thursday 24th May, 2018, along Morne Coco Road, Maraval.
The body is that of a woman of mixed descent, light brown complexion, medium built, approximately 5 feet 8 inches, in the early thirties, with naturally long dark hair and healthy teeth.
The body was discovered by CEPEP workers who were working along the roadway around 9:30 am on the said date.
The body of a man bearing marks of violence has been discovered in Gran Couva.
Reports indicate that shortly after 6 am today a passerby stumbled across the lifeless body of a man of African descent on a river bank at Corosal Road.
The police were called in and preliminary investigations suggest the man who is yet to be identified had chop wounds about the body.
Investigations are ongoing.
An autopsy is expected to be conducted on the body of a man which was discovered in a drain at Royal Road, Caura on Monday.
Reports indicate that the police were escorted to a location in the vicinity of the poolside bar, there they observed the lifeless body of the deceased, lying in a drain on the western side of the roadway, bleeding from his mouth, nose and head.
The deceased was clad in a grey T-shirt, with a blue three-quarter pants and an underwear off his body but near his feet.
The burnt body of a man was found in the forest of the Maracas/St Joseph hills yesterday.
According to a police report, at about 1 pm, officers who were involved in a marijuana eradication exercise at Wharf Trace discovered the body.
Police believe that the man, who remains unidentified may have either been farmer or was brought to the area, killed and burnt.
The body was removed to the Forensic Science Centre.
Investigations are continuing.