In San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye a dead body of US citizen 'Rabbit' who was formerly known as Warren Nitz, was found on the beach in the early morning
In San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye a dead body of US citizen ‘Rabbit’ who was formerly known as Warren Nitz, was found on the beach in the early morning. At around 6 o’clock 35 years old James Miller, the security guard of the Corona Del Mar hotel, found Nitz dead body floating in the sea near the shores.
In the additional statement, the security guard while telling about the scene said that he was at his duty while he discovered the dead body on the beach floating near the southern section of the seawall. Till then, police has not found any marks of violence on the body, but minor scraps have be seen on the face of Warren Nitz. Miller also informed American businessman 48-year-old Jeffrey Hannah who went to assist with fishing the body out of the sea.
After informing the police, the body has been taken to the San Pedro Polyclinic, where the health officials of the polyclinic declared that Nitz was dead before bringing him to the hospital. According to the pieces of information, Warren Nitz was a retired bartender who had been living for about 4 years in Belize. Nitz was 70 years old when he died.
The police have been investigating the whole incident of the sudden death of an American retired bartender.
According to the Government of the UK in their official ‘Foreign Travel Advices’ regarding Belize stated, “Belize has one of the highest per capita murder rates in the world. There have been increased incidents of violent crime (armed robberies, home incursions, murders) against long-term expatriate residents and physical assaults, including rape, of tourists. Armed criminal gangs have also been known to operate in the past in the densely forested areas of Belize, particularly around the border area with Guatemala, close to tourist sites. These incidents are uncommon and the areas are patrolled by the Belize Defence Force. Do not hitchhike or accept lifts from strangers, keep valuables out of sight and be aware that wearing expensive jewellery could attract unwanted attention. If possible, travel in groups and use a qualified guide for trips off the beaten track.”
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