Investigation into death of medical student suggests a crime

The investigation with the codename Hector into the death on April 15th of a young woman found dead in The Bottom, Saba has intensified this week by the Police and the Public Prosecutor’s Office. At the Dutch Forensic Institute (NFI) in Rijswijk this week an autopsy was carried out on the woman’s body and the provisional conclusions indicate that this must be considered a crime. It will still take several weeks before the investigating team receives the complete results of the investigation from the Dutch Forensic Institute (NFI).

The Caribbean Netherlands Police Force (KPCN) has meanwhile expanded the team that was busy last week with the investigation into the cause of the death and the circumstances of the death. That team was strengthened with specialists from the Recherché Samenwerking Team (RST). The Public Prosecutor’s Office is also making extra manpower available.

The investigation will be carried out from Saba as well as Bonaire.

The victim is the 24 year old K.L. Guda, of American Nationality.

In the interest of the investigation, at the moment, no further announcements can be made.

Press release Public Prosecutor’s Office. April 24, 17:00

Earlier posts:

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Dead student’s body flown to Netherlands for autopsy

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  1. whats the update? its been almost 2 weeks since the last update, what happened to the unfortunate girl?

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