Post mortem exam rules out murder in Guyanese Granny death

Post mortem exam rules out murder in Guyanese Granny death

A post-mortem examination performed on the body of the 62-year-old Guyanese woman, Shirley Caesar who was found dead in New York after being missing for over a week, has ruled out murder as her cause of death.

Relatives for the dead woman on Wednesday confirmed the findings of the post-mortem examination which was conducted on Thursday morning. The woman’s body was found on Wednesday in an empty lot in the Bronx. According to her daughter, Lorraine Caesar, her ┬ámother died of a heart attack according to the post-mortem examination.

She was last seen alive last Wednesday when she left her Brooklyn apartment to visit a bank and a tax office in Queens, New York. When she did not return home the evening, relatives began a frantic search and informed the Police Department.

According to relatives, she migrated from to the U.S from Guyana 10 years ago and was very God-fearing and full of love for her family. She has left to mourn her five children and several other relatives and friends.

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