Missing man, suspected homicide

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A missing persons probe turned into a suspicious death investigation following the discovery of the body of Wilfred “Bongo” Williams.
He was found slumped inside a latrine that was nailed shut.
Up until around 4:30 p.m. yesterday, four days after Williams left his Swetes Village home and vanished without a trace, his daughter, Jenica Williams, was still pleading for his safe return.
“Ma’am, I did not even eat [Tuesday] night. I have not eaten anything for the day and I’m not even hungry. I have a nasty feeling in my gut and I spent the night crying. I just want him to come back,” she had said, trying to keep her composure, and before the police made the gruesome discovery.
A police source who is not authorised to speak to the media said that the body of the Swetes man was found after authorities detected a foul odour coming from the wooden structure.
“They [person(s) unknown] nailed the latrine shut. The officers found the car, and so when they found the latrine nailed up, they used a hammer to pry the door open,” the source said.
Prior to the discovery of the body, the youngest of Wilfred’s five children, Jenica, said that the distraught family had checked with relatives, friends and many of the villagers from Swetes for whom Wilfred worked as a mechanic or landscaper. Unfortunately, those earlier queries and searches had not yielded any clues as to Wilfred’s whereabouts.
Lawmen have determined that several items were noticeably missing from the home of the deceased, and according to police sources, a suspect has been identified.

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