Suspected murder at Lower James Street, stab wounds indicate possible Cause Of Death

Barbadian Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of an identified man whose body was discovered early in the morning of Saturday 5 October 2013 on Lower James Street, Bridgetown.

Around 1:30 am, a passer-by discovered the body of the man lying in a pool of blood on the sidewalk at Lower James Street and summoned the police.  EMT from the ambulance service also responded.  He was clad in a white vest, long dark jeans and sneakers.  An orange hat was near the body.

Around 1:30 am, a passer-by discovered the body of the man lying in a pool of blood on the sidewalk at Lower James Street and summoned the police. EMT from the ambulance service also responded. He was clad in a white vest, long dark jeans and sneakers. An orange hat was near the body.

Investigations are continuing also establish his identity and also the motive. It is believed that he sustained stab wounds about his body.

  • David Welch | Insp.

Public Relations Officer

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