Anouska Alleear had identified the woman found beheaded in Petit Raffray as her mother. However, the information provided by the young woman does not match the information gathered by investigators.
New development in the investigation of the decapitated woman who was found in a sugarcane field in St. Francois, Petit Raffray, on the night of Wednesday 13 July. The information provided by Anoushka Alleear do not match the information gathered by investigators.
The sleuths of the Northern Division began the investigation based on information provided by Anouska Alleear on Wednesday. The young woman had identified the body found in Petit Raffray as her mother Shrimati Alleear after identifying her clothes. Moreover, traces of blood were found at the home of her mother. Panic-stricken, she alerted the police.
Driving in the premises of the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of Piton on Tuesday night Anouska had recounted in detail that her mother was a battered woman. The investigators then samples at home Shrimati Alleear, which will be analyzed by the Forensic Science Laboratory. But the police suspect that these traces of blood could be those of an animal.
On Wednesday, a resident of Petit-Raffray told investigators that Shrimati Alleear and her husband were not living in those places. « Shrimati Alleear a travaillé comme femme de ménage chez moi pendant 18 ans. Le lundi 27 juin, Shrimati m’a dit que son époux et elle allaient quitter les lieux pour partir vivre dans un autre endroit », said the resident of Petit-Raffray to the investigators.
According sources, Shrimati Alleear and her husband are in the region of Flic en Flac. They are actively sought by the police. On Wednesday 13 July, the decapitated body of a woman was found in the middle of a suagrcane field in St-Francois, Petit Raffray. The victim was wearing a fuchsia colored churidar, black leggings and nail polish pale pink.