The site in Claxton Bay where police found the body of the unidentified murder victim. (Image: TTPS)
RADHICA DE SILVA
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After his killers blew out his brains with a single gunshot, an unidentified man was flung out of a vehicle at the side of a dark, deserted street in Macaulay Village, Claxton Bay, over the weekend.

Some ten hours later, at about 7:45 am on Sunday, the police stumbled upon the corpse. The bullet which ended his life entered through his left ear and exited the back of his head.

Up to press time, he remained unidentified.

Investigators said the victim appeared to be in his thirties and was of African descent. His hair was braided, and he had a beard. He wore a grey tee-shirt and blue jeans. The numbers 1-9-8-8 had been tattooed on his abdomen.

A team of officers led by Supt Nobbie and Insp Joseph Carraspe visited the scene along with homicide officers. Although no spent shells were found, police retrieved a pouch nearby which they say could have belonged to either the victim or one of his attackers.

District Medical Officer Dr Daniel viewed the body and ordered it removed to the Forensic Science Centre.

Police released several photos of the dead man on the scene late yesterday with the hope that someone will come forward and identify him.

Anyone with information on the incident can contact CrimeStoppers at 800 TIPS or call 482-GARY.