Personal trainer, 29, is beaten to death in the Bahamas
The British personal trainer, 29, is beaten to death in the Bahamas & Murder probe after police & # 39; kind and gentle & # 39; father-of-someone & # 39; s lifeless body found in an enclosed community yard
- Dannie Lea from Stoke-on-Trent died Sunday in Nassau, police confirmed
- Officers found him not responding to a front yard in the closed community
- Former 29-year-old enthusiast said he was a & # 39; gentle & # 39; person was
Dannie Lea (photo) was murdered in the Bahamas & his killer is still free
A British man was murdered in the Bahamas and this year became the 34th victim of murder of the country.
The police are hunting the killer after the body of 29-year-old Dannie Lea was found on a lawn in the capital Nassau on Sunday.
Lea, from Stoke-on-Trent, had been hit over the head when officers seemed to lie ignorantly at around 5 p.m. in a front yard in Eastern New Providence.
The father-of-one was pictured on Bahama & # 39; s Press. The former personal trainer lover, who wanted to remain anonymous, contacted MailOnline to say that there was a & # 39; horrible & # 39; image was scattered showing his corpse.
& # 39; He was a kind and gentle man with a young son and a large family, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; The Bahamianpress online paper has revealed several statements, including that the killer was on the run. & # 39;
Police officers from the Royal Bahamas confirmed that they had visited a home in the city after a corpse was discovered in a front yard.
Mr Lea (photo) was hit over the head and found dead on Sunday at around 5 p.m. in the Bahamas.
The lifeless body of the personal trainer appeared on a shipyard in Nassau after someone beat him on Sunday
Mr. Lea was declared dead on the spot and the police say a post-mortem is planned to determine the cause of death. No arrests have been made and officers are continuing to investigate death.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office supports Mr Lea's family. A spokesperson said StokeonTrentLive: & # 39; Our staff support the family of a British man after his death in the Bahamas & have contact with the authorities of Bahama. Our thoughts are with them in this difficult time. & # 39;
The personal trainer (photo) will be the 34th victim of the nation's murder this year
Staff Detective Chief Inspector Dan Ison of Staffordshire said: “We have not received direct contact from the State of Bahamas, but there may be a delay due to the initial investigation response.
& # 39; Staffordshire Police will contact HM Coroner for North Staffordshire to ensure that if we have to support a local survivor family, we are able to make the necessary links through our Foreign and Commonwealth Office. & # 39 ;
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