Investigations are continuing into the death of an eleven month old boy. An autopsy was conducted at the Forensic Science Centre on Mikyle Ramnath on Monday.
Police reports indicate that officers went to the Sangre Grande District Hospital upon learning that Ramnath had died, and they were told that his parents last saw him when they left him in the care of his babysitter and 7 a.m.
The autopsy, however, revealed that the child died of blunt force trauma.
Ramnath’s grieving father, Ramesh Ramnath, said he wished he had never given his son to any one and urged parents to be more attentive to their children.
Meantime, in another autopsy conducted at the Forensic Science Centre Monday it has revealed that sixty-two year old Savitri Juteram died from acute asphyxiation.
Juteram’s body was found bound when officers responded to a report of a robbery in North Eastern Settlement, off Ojoe Road, in Sangre Grande. Juteram was found bound and gagged and her house ransacked with items strewn about. She died while receiving treatment at the Sangre Grande district medical facility. She was last seen alive by relatives when she attended a wake for 11 month old Mikyle Ramnath on Friday. The Ramnath family lived in the area.
Investigations are continuing.