Tobago records 6th murder
Tobago's 6th murder victim has been identified as 34 year old construction worker Ricardo James, of Common Hill, Bethel. James is known to police and had several pending matters before the Scarborough Magistrates' Court, including one of robbery.
James' body was identified by his estranged wife Bridget James of Canaan. Police sources revealed that the tattoo information on his body was crucial in his positive identification. No one has since been arrested for the murder of James, and at this time police still have no motive in the case. However, they are still trying to put the pieces together.
James' corpse was found on Saturday shortly before 11.00 a.m. by two fishermen, lodged between some rocks in Plymouth. His hands were tied behind his back with strings. His body was said to be in a state of decomposition. WPC Camille Ramsey of the Scarborough Homicide Bureau is spearheading investigations.