Remains of woman stuffed in septic tank handed over for burial
In the evening hours of Thursday 16th September 2021, ASP Charles Twiine, the Public Relations Officer at Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) revealed that the results from the team of medical examiner’s and Pathologist, confirm that the bones recovered from the septic tank, are for one person and not two, as earlier indicated from the scene of crimes investigators.
“In furtherance to the ongoing investigations surrounding the alleged disappearance and subsequent murder of Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe, we wish to confirm that, we have received the postmortem report in relation to the remains that were found in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Onebbe. The results from the team of medical examiner’s and pathologist, confirm that the bones recovered from the septic tank, are for one person and not two, as earlier indicated from the scene of crimes investigators,” Twiine said.
According to Twiine, the DNA from the skeletons samples and that of the family members clearly matched and concluded that it was Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe.
“The bones were submitted for further forensic examination and scientifically identified as that of an adult female. The DNA from the skeletons samples and that of the family members, clearly matched. As a result, the remains of late Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe were handed over to her immediate family members for a decent burial.” Twiine added.
“Our task team of investigators, are now focused on gathering evidence surrounding the circumstances under which the late Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe disappeared, how her body was dumped and concealed in the septic tank, and other relevant evidence to warrant prosecution of the culprits behind this gruesome murder,”Twiine says.