Police PRO, Inspector John Carbon, has confirmed to Dominica News Online that two men have been detained by police and are assisting in their investigations into the death of a Portsmouth woman.
34-year-old Gloria Celestine of Lagoon, Portsmouth, who was reported missing on Nov 6, was found dead close to a house on the beach in Lagoon, Portsmouth at about 8:30 on Saturday morning.
The partly decomposed body was discovered by a member of a group of Portsmouth residents who had been searching for the missing woman.
Police issued a call on Friday seeking the public’s assistance in locating the missing woman and Inspector John Carbon, in a release, stated then, that the woman was last seen about 2:40 am on November 6 at Memory Lane Disco in Portsmouth.
Meanwhile, another man has been taken into police custody and according to Inspector Carbon, is assisting them with their investigations into an incident in which a Ross University student was found partially nude, with wounds to her body, in the Cabrits area on Saturday, Nov 9, 2013.
Carbon said the 26 year-old female student was treated at the Reginald Armour Medical Center and then transported to the Ross Medical School Clinic for further treatment.