Security cameras at Cummings Electrical Company have not been functioning, and so they are no help in determining if there was any foul play in the death of security guard Keegan Boston.
An employee at the company, who did not want to reveal her name, told the News Room that when they opted to view footage from what happened, they discovered that the cameras were not working.
This comes as Police continue investigations into the circumstances surrounding the death of the 60-year-Security Guard.
Boston was found dead with a wound to the back of his head inside his security hut at the electrical company on Garnett Street in Campbellville, Georgetown.
The News Room understands that an electrician attached to the company and another Security Guard, David Cummings, discovered Boston’s lifeless body lying on the ground in the security hut at about 06:30 hrs Sunday.
Cummings said he turned up for work to relieve Boston from working the night shift and he called out to Boston to open the gate but there was no response.
After a few minutes the electrician then decided to jump over the fence and found Boston’s body.
“I just come to relieve him from his shift and we discovered that he was there just lifeless on the ground…there was no answer and the place was secure; after we ain’t get no answer – the electrician – he jump over,” Cummings said.
Police suspect that Boston, of East Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, Georgetown died between 23:00hrs Saturday and 06:15hrs Sunday.
According to Cummings, Boston had no issues with anyone in the one year he had been working at the company.
“Mr Boston was a very, very nice person over the two years that I know him, very pleasant person…they got workers that can testify to that, a very quiet man,” Cummings said.
While the investigation is ongoing, a post-mortem is expected to done on Wednesday.