Missing Hanover Cashier Died from Stab Wounds – Postmortem

Tasha Gordon Close Friend Speak, Hanover cashier
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Prospect, Hanover (Mckoy’s News) –  The police in the parish of Hanover have indicated that a postmortem examination result which came back to them on Thursday April 27th, revealed that 32-year-old Tasha Gordon; the missing Hanover cashier whose decomposed body was discovered in a cane field in Green Island on Friday February 1st, died from multiple stab wounds.

The police say they are also asking  members of the public with information that could lead to the arrest of the men responsible for this gruesome killing to come forward or visit the nearest police station.

Residents from Prospect District in Green Island Hanover were sent in shock on the Friday afternoon of February 1st, following the discovery of the decomposed body of the Hanover cashier.

Tasha Gordon Kidnapped from the Wholesale Store where she worked in Prospect Square, Green Island – Hanover.

Gordon’s remains were discovered in a cane field located at a section of the community known as Haden Hall, with the hands bound behind its back and the mouth also gagged . A wig which the victim was wearing at the time of the kidnapping was discovered close to her.

Gordon was kidnapped on Monday January 9th by two armed men who invaded the wholesale grocery store where she works in Prospect Square, shortly after shooting to death Marvin McIntosh, otherwise called Coni,36-year-old Store Manager.

Following the murder and the kidnapping residents of the community searched corners of the community in search of the missing woman, but without success.

The residents then blocked sections of the community and staged a massive protest over what they claim to be neglect on behalf of the security forces, who they say failed to provide enough man power to assist them in carrying out their search for Tasha Gordon effectively.

Gordon’s remains were discovered by  sugar cane plantation workers who were cutting sections of a cane field on an interval road in Haden Hall.

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