CARIBBEAN360 – The search for missing Canadian Linnea Moore Veinotte has apparently come to a tragic end.
A partially decomposed body believed to be that of the 36-year-old was found in the south of the island today, the same day that Akim Frank who was wanted in connection with her disappearance surrendered to police.
The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) said it could not yet confirm the identify, even though it “believes the body to be that of the missing Linnea Veinotte based on information received during the course of the investigation into her disappearance”.
“However, the RGPF advises the general public that a positive identification must be made before final confirmation,” it said in a statement as news spread that Veinotte’s body had been found.
“The police will continue to work speedily to resolve this matter and will keep the public informed accordingly.”
The St. George’s University where Venoitte worked also tweeted that it was the body of the mother of two that had been discovered and went as far as saying that 26-year-old Frank had confessed his involvement.