Bound body found in Orange Walk Lagoon

On Wednesday February 25, Orange Walk  police were tipped off  about a body of an unidentified  male person seen floating in the Lamanai Lagoon located in the Village of Indian Church in Orange Walk . Reports are that sometime around 10:30 Wednesday morning, a tourist out bird watching, saw the body and called the cops. Police went to the area and retrieved the body which had visible signs of violence and its hands and feet were tied with a yellow rope. By the time police got to the body, it was already separated in two, believed to have been done by crocodiles.   The body will undergo a post mortem examination but police say it looks as if the man died some two to three days before. Today, our colleagues a CTV 3 spoke to Inspector of Police Nichola Paloma who gave an update saying that the victim has been identified as Dido Urbina, a Honduran National. This is the 4th murder for Orange Walk for 2016 and it is noteworthy that the location is different from the area where the drowning of  Carlos Reyes happened on Monday. That one was in Trial Farm Village, Orange Walk.vlcsnap-2016-02-26-10h01m25s869 vlcsnap-2016-02-26-10h01m27s790vlcsnap-2016-02-26-10h01m11s069

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