No update yet on dumped dead infant


PUBLIC are still shaken over the weekend discovery of a dumped body of a newborn infant at the Randi dumpsite.

Photos of the body has gone viral on social media.

The discovery has led to call for search on the people responsible, condemning the action as murder being very cruel.

Some say that it is not possible for anyone somewhere who would not know a pregnant woman for nine months having a belly bump being reduced just by Friday last week. To add, not seeing the baby as expected.

According to report from Solomon Business Magazine (SBM) Online, an eye-witness described the baby looked very fresh and could have been dumped at the site over night. The deceased baby was believed to be wrapped with a cloth before being dumped.

“One of the persons who sighted the dead-baby described the shocking discovery as cruel after seeing the dead baby lie helplessly in the rubbish at Ranandi,” posted SBM.

The photo of the deceased baby having gone viral raises huge heartache to viewers calling for the police to step in and investigate.

“Justice must be served to both the male and female for their actions,” said a comment.

In response to query yesterday, the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Media Unit said they have not yet received any update from their colleagues along the Eastern Direction of Honiara.

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