boys remains.pngThree days after remains of a boy found at the Harare Agricultural Showgrounds were taken to laboratories for tests, pathologists and forensic scientists are yet to begin conducting tests.

Police spokesperson, Chief Superintendent Oliver Mandipaka said the remains are yet to go under the microscope.

Meanwhile, the Matapure family, whose child’s clothes were found at the scene where the remains were found, is agonisingly waiting for the investigations to be concluded.

On Monday, Given Flint Matapure’s family positively identified a pair of trousers, a belt and sunglasses found at the scene, raising speculation that the remains might be those of the missing 3 year old boy.