An autopsy report says Winston Dosithee, who was found bound in a blazing structure in Babonneau on Christmas Day, died from ‘hypovolemic shock secondary to burns to 37 percent of the body.
According to the police, the report also listed liver cirrhosis and acute pancreatitis as contributing factors.
Law enforcement officials reported about 4.30 am on Christmas Day, Babonneau police responded to a report of arson at Chassin, Babonneau.
They disclosed that when the officers arrived, they were informed that a male who had been bound with cloth material had been pulled from the burning residence.
He had extensive burns about the body.
The victim was taken to hospital where he later succumbed.
Winston Dosithee, who was also known as Alvin, was 51 years old at the time of his death.