Body of former newspaper editor discovered at Trinidad home
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – The body of former newspaper editor, Suzanne Mills, was discovered at her home in Diamond Vale, Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday night, the Newsday newspaper reported today.
Newsday said the body of 59-year-old Mills, the daughter of the paper's founding editor-in-chief, Therese Mills, was discovered after neighbours had informed police of a foul smell coming from her house at Aquamarine Drive.
“Her body was removed from the house and will be taken to the Forensic Science Centre for an autopsy to determine the cause of death,” the paper reported, adding that in August 2019, Mills was reported missing to police but was found the following day.
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