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Unclaimed body at Windhoek police mortuary

17/01/2018
by Staff Writer
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The Namibian Police has asked for the public’s assistance to identify the unclaimed body of an unknown male at the Windhoek Police Mortuary.

According to the police, the unknown man was found shot in front of Mokaxwa Bar, in Hakahana’s Omulunga street on 11 January this year.

“The deceased is dark in complexion and tall in height. He was wearing blue short pants, a black and white jacket and black canvas shoes,” Police Deputy Commissioner Edwin Kanguatjivi said in a statement.

The Police said efforts to have him traced through the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration were futile.

“Anyone missing a loved one is requested to come forward in order to identify and claim the body. They are requested to visit or contact the police mortuary at 061 209 4307,” he said.