Half-eaten food, farming chemical found near men’s bodies – report
NEWPORT, Manchester – The Manchester police have identified the two bodies found at a pig farm in Woodstock, South Manchester yesterday morning.
The men were Nathaniel Williams, otherwise called ‘Kingman’, 22, of Balaclava, St Elizabeth, and Lionel Gayle, 19, of Woodstock.
Police reports are that the men were found dead in a shed on the farm at about 6:54am. There was a pot with partially-eaten food near the bodies, as well as a chemical used for farming purposes.
The police said samples of the food and the chemical were taken and a post-mortem will be done to determine the cause of death.
The bodies had no visible marks of violence.