Owner of car that struck down Williams led cops to body
The owner of the Toyota Fielder wagon that struck down 50-year-old Reonol Williams led investigators on Tuesday to Coldingen, East Coast Demerara and pointed out where the body was dumped.
Ranks of the Major Crimes Unit soon after retrieved a decomposed body suspected to be that of Williams in a trench.
Williams of Enmore, East Coast Demerara has been missing since May 23 after he was struck down on the Enmore Public Road.
Earlier on Tuesday, investigators rearrested the owner of the car.
The News Room is yet to confirm if the owner was the driver at the time of the accident.
Relatives had told the News Room that the police reportedly told them that the owner was not driving and that someone had used his car without his permission.
The owner was arrested last week and was subsequently released on station bail.
Williams was struck down just after midnight on May 23; he was picked up by the driver of the car that hit him down and the driver reportedly told eyewitnesses that he was taking the injured man to the hospital.
Williams was never taken to any hospital and his family has been unable to locate him since.