DNA test confirms skeletal remains found at Kuru Kururu is missing man


Results from DNA test have confirmed that the skeletal remains which were found at Kuru Kururu Backdam on the Soesdyke, Linden Highway in July last year are those of missing man, Answar Stoll.

This was confirmed by Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum who told the News Room on Friday that investigators recently collected the results.

The skeletal remains of Stoll, 42, were discovered two years after he disappeared in mid-November of 2020.

A previous statement from the Police Force noted that the bones were found scattered in an area with a diameter of about 30 feet and showed evidence of being there for quite some time.

“The bones were later examined by a pathologist and confirmed to be those of a male above the age of 35 years old. The pathologist found evidence of a 14 cm-long incised wound extending from the frontal bone to the parietal bone of the skull. This injury was ruled as the cause of death,” Blanhum explained.

The DNA samples were for testing overseas.


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