Indian found dead in Sharjah desert repatriated to country

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The body of an Indian expat who was found dead in a remote desert in Sharjah has been repatriated to his home country, according to reports on Wednesday (January 24).

The deceased, identified as 59-year-old Anil Kumar Vincent, was reported missing earlier this month. Indian social worker Naseer Vatanappally said that Vincent, who was a PRO, went missing after he was asked to inspect an office in Ras Al Khor on January 2.

Vincent had worked in Dubai for more than 35 years. His brother, who works as an accountant in the same company, reported him missing to the police.

The body was found on January 12. According to autopsy reports, Vincent’s face was badly injured. The cause of death was strangulation and suppression on the chest.

Khaleej Times quoted social worker Vatanappally as saying that Vincent’s wife, son and daughter were told that he may have died in a scuffle and that suspects have been arrested. The case is still under investigation. ICA/Expat Media


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