The Guyana Police Force (GPF) is currently in the process of preparing samples taken from the location where the bodies of two West Coast Berbice teens were discovered severely mutilated. These samples will be sent soon to the Guyana Forensic Laboratory for processing, said Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum.

During a briefing moments ago, the Crime Chief said that revisiting the scene is crucial at this time, however, efforts are being stymied by furious villagers who have been protesting since the bodies of 16-year-old, Isaiah Henry and 19-year-old, Joel Henry were found aback the Cotton Tree Village last weekend.

Blanhum said too, that the murder weapon(s) are yet to be found.


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