St Andrew school teacher Kendon Berkeley who was murdered last week Friday was discovered totally naked at his home at Telescope.
A police insider told THE NEW TODAY that detectives also discovered two boxes of food in the home, which seemed to suggest that he was having a meal with someone.
He said the body bore acts of violence with a wound from a knife, which came from one side of the neck and protruded right through the other side.
According to the source, Berkeley, who taught at the St Andrew’s Methodist school, was also stabbed in the area of the chest.
Police detectives in Grenada are still trying to get a lead that can help them solve the murder last week of school teacher Kendon Berkeley.
He was reportedly last seen alive just before midday Friday when he dropped-off somebody that he gave a lift in a vehicle.
The source said that Police investigators believe that the assailant was a male and that there were apparent signs of a struggle in the house.
Another police insider familiar with investigations suggested that the current team of detectives on the case should also speak with his girlfriend who had left the house about a month ago to live with his mother.
He said the girlfriend should be brought back into the house to determine whether anything was missing in order to ascertain if the motive was robbery or something else, for the murder.
Police are also said to be looking into reports that the schoolteacher might have been bi-sexual.
The investigations are continuing into the murder.
Meanwhile, the state-owned National Water & Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) has issued a statement on the murder of Berkeley who had done some work for the state body in the past.
It reads:- “NAWASA is deeply saddened to learn about the untimely passing of Kendon Berkeley, a talented and creative decorator who had the privilege of working closely with our Organisation over the years.
Kendon Berkeley was not only a skilled decorator but also a valued member of our extended NAWASA family. His passion, dedication, and artistic flair brought vibrancy and life to many of our projects, leaving an indelible mark on the spaces we serve. His artistic vision and meticulous attention to detail were evident in every project he undertook, transforming ordinary spaces into extraordinary works of art.
His last stint with us was the celebration of our 32nd Anniversary, where he brought life to our Offices much to our delight. We will remember his dream of bringing flowers to life and we are happy that we took a chance on this concept and it worked, staff and customers were in awe.
Throughout his collaboration with NAWASA, Kendon demonstrated a profound understanding of our Organisation. His unique ability to infuse his creativity into our infrastructure projects added a touch of beauty and inspiration, enhancing the overall experience for our customers and staff alike.
Kendon’s work will continue to be cherished and admired for years to come, serving as a testament to his talent and artistic legacy. His contributions to NAWASA have left an enduring impact, reminding us of the power of art in enriching the lives of individuals and the communities we serve.
Our Board of Directors, Management, and Staff extend our deepest sympathies to Kendon’s family, his children, colleagues, friends, and all those who had the pleasure of working alongside him. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this time of profound loss. May they find solace in the memories of his remarkable achievements and the joy he brought to the world through his creativity.
As an Organisation, we are grateful for the privilege of having crossed paths with Kendon and for the invaluable contributions he made to our endeavours.
We will honor his memory by continuing to foster creativity and innovation within our Organisation, and by recognising the profound impact that decorators like Kendon have on our community.
Rest in peace, Kendon Berkeley.”