Woman Murdered And Buried In Shallow Grave at Mandeville

The police in Manchester have confirmed the chopping death of a middle-aged female janitor and political activist of Mandeville on Friday morning.

She has been identified as Carmita Dinnal, otherwise called ‘Gal Gal’, who was employed by the Manchester Parish Council and assigned to the Mandeville Market as a janitor.

Reports from the police were that Dinnal owned a number of puppies, and she accused a young man who lives at the tenement house where she resides on Grove Lane, off Grove Road in Mandeville, of selling the animals.

It is believed that the young man, in turn, attacked Dinnal in her sleep on Friday morning, and buried her body in a shallow grave near the house.

The deceased, who was reportedly dressed in her nightgown, had chop wounds to her head and neck.

The police reportedly got wind of the crime when another man who also lives at the house, reported the incident at the Mandeville Police Station on Friday morning, claiming that he had been forced to assist in burying the body.

Both the accused and the alleged accomplice are in police custody, and the investigations are reported to be progressing smoothly, with the investigators also in possession of the alleged murder weapon.

Charges are expected to be laid within days in respect of the tragic development.

The police in Manchester have confirmed the chopping death of a middle-aged female janitor and political activist of Mandeville on Friday morning.