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Bones found

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Bones found

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Police have RECOVERED a number of bones suspected to be those of missing 12-year-old Rasheeda Bascombe from a gully in the Jackson, St Michael area.
A two-day search which began Friday turned up what appeared to be human remains, but police investigators will have to await forensic analysis later this week to determine their origin.
Acting Assistant Commissioner Mark Thompson, in charge of the force’s crime management and investigations, told the SUNDAY SUN yesterday that the discovery was part of the ongoing investigations into the disappearance and alleged murder of the former Parkinson Memorial Secondary School student who went missing 11 years ago.
“The Royal Barbados Police Force, being cognizant that it was reported in the Press that the body of Rasheeda Bascombe was not recovered, believes it is in the public’s interest to restate its position that the investigation regarding the disappearance of Rasheeda Bascombe remains an ongoing investigation despite the fact that someone has been charged for her murder,” he said.