Suspect confesses to murder in Mauritius of Scots businesswoman


Anish Soneea - Janice Farman in MauritiusBBC

Constabulary arrested Anish Soneea over the murder of Janice Farman in Mauritius

Word of Ravish Rao Fakhoo’s alleged confession came as a teenager also cropped in court following the death of Janice Farman, who was from Clydebank, in the Indian Abundance nation.

It is believed she was killed in front of her adopted, autistic son who subsequently prompt the alarm.

Yesterday, 18-year-old Anish Soneea was charged with the 47-year-old’s spoil.

Janice had been planning to restoration to Scotland before her death

Axcel Chenney

This came three ages after Fakhoo and Kamlesh Mansingh – both 25 – appeared at the unchanging court in the country’s capital, Port Louis, accused of the same misdemeanour.

The BBC World Service correspondent in the paradise island, Yasine Mohabuth, clouted: “Ravish Rao Fakhoo confessed to the murder, incriminating Kamlesh Mansingh and Anish Soneea.”

Axcel Chenney, who uses for the newspaper L’Express in Mauritius, told BBC Radio’s Good Morning Scotland synopsis: “Fakhoo, the first one to be arrested, admitted the crime yesterday, shortly after the seizure of a third suspect, Soneea.

Janice Farman's houseBBC

The business woman was found dead at her residency in Mauritius

Farman's carBBC

Mrs Farman’s Nissan Tiida was later found by police at the side of the procedure

“The police have yet to communicate on how it happened but some of the information from the probe has leaked.”

He added: “Janice’s mother has arrived in Mauritius and we know that she is blueprinting to repatriate Janice’s body to Scotland for her funeral.

“Janice had been contemplating to return to Scotland before her death.”

As is usual on Mauritius, it is expected that a reconstruction of the wrong will be carried out next week at the murder scene.

Ms Farman, who pass through the pearly gated on Friday, July 7, moved to the country after her first tranquillity went there to work.

She was the managing director of PECS (Mauritius) Ltd, a privately owned set of companies providing data services.

A spokeswoman for the British Foreign Commission said: “We are assisting the family of a British woman following her death in Mauritius and are in connection with the local authorities.”

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