KANUNGU- The Police in Nyamirama, in Kanungu District are stuck with the unidentified dead body of a male which was discovered abandoned in a rice plantation.
Kigezi Regional Police Spokesman Elly Maate has said that the deceased was first seen by Muhwezi Elly who reported to Police at Nyamirama Police Station.
The Officer in Charge of Nyamirama Police Station Kakooza John is reported to have immediately visited the scene where the deceased lay and tried to liaise with residents but no one could identify him.
Maate said that the deceased was believed to be about 30 years of short medium size with a dark skin and wore a green jacket and green canvas shoes.
Maate said that the dead man had bruised head injury which suggested that he was murdered from a different place and his body dumped in Nyamirama Sub County.
The Kigezi Regional Police Spokesman Elly Maate said that the Police picked the dead body and took it to Kihihi Heath Center IV for a postmortem report to be carried out.
The Police registered the murder case at Nyamirama Police Station under reference number SD 09/12/10/2020 as inquiries to establish the identity of the deceased continue.
Meanwhile the Police in Rubanda District have recovered the body of 43 year old Nsasibwoha Jason a resident of Kagogo Village in Kashasha Parish in Ikumba Sub County who was found dead on October 12th.
The dead body of Nsasibwoha was first seen by Agaba Benson a resident of Nshanjre village in Kaara Parish in Muko Sub County who found the lifeless body in front of his house.
The Police detectives who visited the scene found a bottle of Waragi besides the deceased body and the postmortem was done and the contents of the bottle taken to be checked.
The case was reported at Rubanda District Central Police Station under reference number CRB 342/2020 to establish the real cause of his death as Investigations led by D/ASP Baryatwijuka Ronald continue.
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