Skeletal remains found in Cayo District

Skeletal remains found in Cayo District

Investigations by police continue into the discovery of a human skeleton that was found yesterday evening in western Belize. At around 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, police received a call from someone that while they were looking for coconuts in an area, some 2 and a half miles off the George Price Highway in Camalote Village, they discovered the skeleton under a coconut tree. When cops got to the scene, they found a shoe and some pieces of clothes a few feet from the remains. Investigators believe that the deceased is former police officer, 46-year-old Leroy “Kettle” Haylock. Correspondent Fem Cruz spoke to his mother, Myrtle Banner this evening. 

The remains were taken to the Western Regional Hospital in Belmopan.

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