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Police officer is found dead in Police Station Compound in Corozal Town

A police officer was found unconscious last night in the compound of the Corozal Police Formation. The officer, Police Constable Mitchell Cob was on duty and rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Officers are still investigating what led to PC Cob’s death.

ACP Joseph Myvette Head National C.I.B. : Sometime around 10pm I believe last night whilst the Police was patrolling the compound a male person dressed in Police uniform was seen lying between some vehicles in the compound and upon the officers examination the person was identified to be Constable Mitchell Cob who seemed to be motionless as a result he was removed and taken to the Corozal Community Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Reporter: Were there any known pre existing health issues that anyone in the station or in the command was aware of?

ACP Joseph Myvette Head National C.I.B. :No I am not aware of that. I believe it is the same officer who found him may have seen him earlier in the night.

 

According to ACP Myvette, Police did not observe any signs of injuries on Cob’s body.

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