Murder count climbs to 127….
Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamian police have now solved a missing person’s report and the victim, 22, Kiondre ‘Theo’ Hanna, of Sidney Street Chippingham was murdered.
Police on Saturday found the body of Hanna in the back truck of his silver Honda vehicle around 1pm in the Sea Breeze Canal. Hanna was reported missing on October 14th.
According to a statement from the RBDF, last Tuesday marines from the RBDF’s Commando Squadron came across a car bumper, with its license plate attached, in the Sea Breeze area. Upon further investigation, it was confirmed that the bumper “came from a car that belonged to a person who was previously reported missing.” As a result, military divers from the Commando Squadron were immediately called in to conduct a search of the canal, which did not immediately reveal anything.
On Saturday, a collaborative search effort involving RBDF marines and divers, volunteers and family members of the missing person was conducted of the Sea Breeze and South Beach canals.
The RBDF military divers, conducting a search of the immediate area, found a submerged vehicle “fitting the description of the missing person’s car.”
This incident recorded the 127th homicide in the country. An autopsy is expected to be conducted to confirm the exact cause of death.