Shanklin, on the Isle of Wight located in the United Kingdom (U.K.), became a crime scene on Monday morning, June 20, 2016, at 7:10 a.m. BST, as reported by iTV News. The dead bodies of two elderly unidentified people; a male aged, 77, and a female aged, 83, were found at a location on Albert Road. Upon being immediately alerted about the incident, the police officials, along with the detectives were dispatched to the location.
The ongoing investigations into the finding of the two dead bodies have not brought about any startling revelations about the reasons behind the couple’s death, including the involvement of a third person. Thus, any possibilities of murder have been ruled out, for the time being.
Moreover, to avoid the spread of panic about the incident among the people, including apprehensions pertaining to the existence of any community-wide risk that might be prevalent, the authorities are exercising caution in dealing with this incident. In order to establish the exact circumstances in which the incident may have taken place, they are handling the entire crime and its investigation in an isolated fashion.
Post-mortem examinations would be taking place tomorrow. Since the investigation is still ongoing Guardian Liberty Voice will continue to provide updates as they become available.
Written by Bashar Saajid
Edited by Jeanette Smith
iTV News: Bodies of two pensioners found on Isle of Wight
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