The bodies of a man and a woman, Albert Peters and Gifty Asmah Lama, have been discovered in a Toyota Hylander in Monrovia, Liberia.
They were both employees of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA).
It was gathered that Peter’s wife, who started wailing upon seeing the car, said she and her husband left their house together on Thursday morning, October 1, at about 6:30 A.M.
According to her, when they last spoke, he told her he was going to see a friend.
She said they then decided to drive around this morning in search of him since he did not return home, neither did he take of her calls. She discovered his vehicle and upon opening the door, she saw his lifeless body. The cause of death remains unknown.
According to reports, the incident happened on Broad street, Central Monrovia on Friday morning, October 2.
Police have begun arriving the scene as onlookers gather. The vehicle with registration number A512984 is yet to be opened.
In related development, residents of a community near Aku Village, Mararaba, in the Karu area of Nasarawa state, were shocked to discover a newborn baby wrapped in a polythene bag was found dead in a gutter, some days ago.
The incident which happened on Tuesday, drew a large crowd to the scene after a young man entered the gutter filled with water and refuse.
Mr. Anthony Ignatius told a correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that a similar incident happened in 2019 on the other side of the same gutter.