A POST-MORTEM conducted on the remains of 17-year-old, Davkumari Ramadar of Lot 59 Bella Dam, West Bank Demerara could not determine the cause of her death, according to her mother, Jagranie Omadat, during an interview with this newspaper via telephone yesterday.Omadat said that she identified the remains of her daughter, but did not remain in the room to witness the post-mortem since she could not bear to see her daughter’s body being cut open.
She said investigators informed her of the results of the PM, and advised her that samples were taken from the body to facilitate further testing to determine the cause of Davkumari’s death.
The two young men who are said to be the girl’s No. 1 and No. 2 boyfriends, and who had, for some time, been fighting to obtain her sole allegiance, are still in police custody. They were detained on Saturday after the remains of the young salesgirl’s body had been discovered on the seashore at La Jalousie, West Coast Demerara.
Her mother told the Guyana Chronicle that her daughter’s body would today be reposed at the Ezekiel Funeral Home for viewing before being taken to the Ruimzeight cremation site.
A missing person’s report had been filed in regard to the young lady two Saturdays ago, after she had stormed out of her workplace following a misunderstanding with her employer and another employee.
The young lady was reportedly last seen in the company of one of her boyfriends. One of them lives at Diamond, East Bank Demerara, and the other at Canal No. 2 West Bank Demerara.
The last time the girl had made contact with her mother, she had reported that she was heading into Diamond with the boyfriend who lives in that community. She had requested that her mother not inform the police, or go anywhere or inform anyone else of her whereabouts because she would be home shortly.
The mother had complied with her daughter’s request, but after time had elapsed and she did not see her 17-year-old ‘baby’ return home, she had decided to report her absence to the police.
The teenager’s body had been found trapped between the boulders of the La Jalousie foreshore minus the pants she had been wearing when she was last seen alive, and with her top rolled up to her face.
This body was the fourth to be discovered on a foreshore within the space of one month. The first three were discovered on the East Coast Demerara seashore at Kitty, Turkeyen and Annandale respectively.