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A post-mortem examination conducted on Keegan Boston, a security guard who was stationed at Cummings Electrical Company Limited, found that he died from a blunt trauma which is consistent with a fall.The 60-year-old resident of Lot 520 East Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, Georgetown, was discovered in the guard gut with a wound to the back of his head on Sunday. Reports are that the man was last seen alive at about 23:00h on Saturday while executing his duties at the company in Garnett Street, Campbellville, Georgetown.However, Boston was found dead in the hut at about 06:15h on Sunday by an electrician attached to the company in the presence of another security guard who was supposed to relieve Boston of his duties.According to the security guard, he realised something was amiss after continuously calling for Boston to open the gate and not getting a response. After several minutes, the electrician decided to scale the fence and made the gruesome discovery.An alarm was raised and the police were summoned to the scene. The body was taken to Lyken Funeral Home where it awaited a post-mortem.Crime Chief Lyndon Alves noted that while there were reports which suggested that the security cameras were not functioning at the time of Boston’s demise, the police still have to pursue every angle possible in determining if the man was murdered and the motive behind it.
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