Barely a week following the mysterious death of a man identified as Smith T. George, said to be an employee of the Salala Rubber Corporation in Margibi County, the New Dawn receives report that two fresh bodies have been discovered at the SRC.
The latest victims include a security personnel working for a private security firm and an unidentified man whose body parts were abstracted. The dead security personnel is identified as an elderly man assigned at the SRC Camp # 4.
Citizens in the area are living in panic as a result of the wave of mysterious deaths. One of the company’s operational areas has already been set ablaze by unknown persons.
A country devil has reportedly mounted the SRC plantation in helping to calm tension and protect the facility from further arson attack in what is seen as a reprisal move.
Recently, a man identified as the brother of Liberian musical artist Daniel Tom George, c.k.a. Deng, was mysteriously found dead around the SRC Camp# 5.
The late Smith T. George, who reportedly worked with the Fire Service Department of the Salala Rubber Corporation in Margibi County Electoral District#5, was lifelessly discovered on Thursday, 4 January during morning hours with foam oozing from his mouth and blood pouring from his right eye.
The 29-year-old victim was last seen attired in purple long sleeve sweater and black long trousers. He was a resident of Monolon Town, bordering the company’s operational area.
While Police are still investigating one of his friends Victor Nartee, who allegedly visited his house twice lately during the night prior to his mysterious death, a private security personnel assigned at the company went missing for days and later found dead along with another man whose body parts were abstracted.
Residents are now afraid to travel in the SRC area mainly during the night hours for fear that they could be harmed or killed by unknown people.
Sources allege that some unidentified men, who claim to be relatives of the late Smith George have come to revenge his death from the Bassa region of the district, and that they are posted at SRC during the night to target security guards assigned at the company on suspicion that their relative was killed by security assigned at the company.
Police are now patrolling the plantation area daily and night hours, while investigation into the mysterious deaths continue.
By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi-Editing by Jonathan Browne