[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Post Mortem Examination (PME) performed on the bodies of 19 – year – old Kavita Ackloo and 18 – year – old Ramesh Beharry, who were found dead on the Kingston seawall, revealed that they died as a result of pesticide poisoning.
The couple were found on the foreshore on November 02 by passersby; they were last seen alive around 14:00 hrs on the same day at the very location.
The young man resided at Phase Two, Good Hope and was positively identified by his mother, Chandracarla Sanichar while the young lady lived with her father in South Cummings Lodge.
iNews understands that Beharry was a joiner in Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, while Ackloo worked as a Sales Clerk in Sharon’s Mall, King Street Georgetown.
At the funeral parlour, Beharry’s mother broke down in tears, while recounting that she last saw him alive on Sunday morning. Both families expressed shock at the death, while nothing that they had no idea their children were experiencing difficulties.
iNews had reported that the police removed two bottles that are suspected to contain poison from the scene. The bodies were found without any marks of violence. iNews also understands that ranks retrieved a receipt from the right side pants pocket of the man, which indicated that two poisonous substances had been purchased.