Could the victim found in a sugarcane field in the area of Petit-Raffray be a resident of the capital, whose disappearance had been reported to the police? Information collected by the police officers of the Major Crime Investigation Team (MCIT), supported by the Criminal Police (CID) of Goodland, sent them on this track. They tried to get in touch last Friday with the companion of the missing woman but without success. Meanwhile, the track of a resident of Pamplemousses has been temporarily put aside after her husband said that the clothes found on the victim did not belong to her.
The Central Barracks launched a public appeal to identify the corpse that is currently at the morgue of Dr. A. G. Jeetoo hospital in Port Louis. The woman, of Indian origin, would be aged between 35 and 40 years. When the body was discovered, the victim who was light skinned and of medium build, was wearing a fuschia churidar and a black legging. She had black hair, had amalgam fillings and measured 1 m 60.