Body found at GRA parking lot yet to be identified
The body of a male found in a clump of bushes at the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) Parking Lot at Camp and Lamaha Streets, Georgetown is yet to be identified.
The discovery was made around 8:00 am by a civilian who reported the matter to the police.
The man was clad in a green jersey, cream long pants and a pair of black long boots.
When News Room arrived at the scene shortly after, police were making attempts to remove the body. The undertakers were at the site and were about to remove the remains but they then requested Baygon to spray the insects circling the body.
The wait took more than 15 minutes.
By the time the undertakers received the bug spray, it began to rain heavily.
The body was taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital where the man was pronounced dead.
It is currently at the Lyken Funeral Home as police continue their investigation to determine the man’s identity and cause of death.
Police said no marks of violence was found on the body.
A post-mortem examination will be conducted shortly.