Young Boy Found Dead in Golf Course Pond Still Waiting to Be Named
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A boy believed to be 10-12 years old has still not been identified after his body was discovered in the waters at Oakes Field Sports Center Golf Academy.
Police believed the young boy may have died a full day before he was discovered by a golfer who visited the course.
It is believed the boy drowned as his body was found partially submerged in a pond situated on the course which is owned by CEO of FML Group of Companies Craig Flowers.
Authorities are pondering if this is a case of child neglect since no parent or guardian has identified the child or reported that their child is missing.
Chief Superintendent Chrislyn Skippings said the parents could face criminal charges if police determine a case of child neglect in this matter.
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