Last Updated on Friday, 8 January 2016, 20:42 by Denis Chabrol
Even as police probe the discovery of the decomposed remains of man in the backlands of Alness Village, Corentyne, two men, including the god brother of a missing British youth, are wanted by police for questioning about his disappearance.
Police say they are looking for 22-year old Aaron Wilfred Hing who is believed to be at Timehri in the vicinity of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA).
Hing is the god brother of 18- year old Dominic Michael Lloyd Bernard who has not been seen or heard from since his arrival from the United Kingdom in October, 2015.
Hing has a British accent. He is of mixed race, fair skinned, bearded, has a low haircut and of 177 centimetres tall. Police gave his address as 19 Kildonan Village, Corentyne.
Also wanted by police is Staymon George, a 23 year old man of African descent. George’s addresses are 19 Charles Street, Charlestown and Kildonan Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
Police asked that anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Staymon George and Aaron Wilfred Hingare asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 333-2191, 333-2151, 226-1326, 225-7625, 911, or the nearest police station.
Earlier Friday, investigators said they found the badly decomposed and dismembered body of a man along with several items nearby aback Alness Village.
Police said a Government Pathologist was expected to conduct an autopsy at the location because the body is in a terrible state.
Bernard had told his family in the United Kingdom that he would have been travelling to Guyana and would have been staying with his god brother, Aaron Hing, in Berbice.
Immigration, airline and customs records have shown that Bernard has not left Guyana at any of the official ports of entry.
His father has since flown to Guyana and appealed for any assistance in locating his son who has been uncharacteristically inactive on Social Media such as Facebook and WhatsApp.