Today makes 59 days that the nude body of an unidentified woman in her mid-twenties was discovered by a villager of Patchakan who was travelling on the Chan Chen Road.
The badly decomposed body of the victim was seen floating in an area known as the Quintal Lagoon located in the outskirts of Chan Chen Village in the Corozal District.
When the forensic team concluded the onsite post mortem examination, Dr. Mario Estradaban confirmed that the victim was viciously murder.
But that is all that police knew then, that and the fact that Jane Doe was of dark complexion, about five feet five inches in height, had two upper silver teeth and her toenails were painted orange.
And since police have been unable to identify the victim, the question that is being asked now is, was Jane Doe a victim of human trafficking.
Andrew Ramirez – O.C Corozal Town
“Unfortunately I am unable to inform the public of any developments in that case. We have not closed the case but so far we have no other leads we continue asking he community if there is any information whether it be minute to pass it on. Since no one has come forward to claim the body or a missing persons report has not been made fitting Jane Doe’s description we can say that she is not a Belizean. We have also got in contact with our Mexican counterparts but so far that has gotten us nowhere. The identity of that person we believe is not a Belizean. The origin of that individual is not conclusive at the time and I must say that Belize on a whole is also used for the illicit traffic of persons so most of these persons that come from Central America will always use the U.S as their final destination but that is only speculation and we continue the investigation.”
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