Lost boy found dead near their house

Lost boy found dead near their house


A missing grade 6 pupil in Albay was found but in a state that shocked his parents!

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KAMI.com.ph picked up a story in social media narrating that 13-year-old Norly Llames Bronzal was reported missing since March 19. According to his mother Merlinda, Norly left the house around five in the morning that day, which is nothing unusual for her. However, that was the last time she saw her kid.

That afternoon, a relative Jovelito Bronzal claimed that he saw two men with a boy about Norly’s age wearing a white shirt heading to Barangay Santo Cristo, Pio Duran, Albay. However, he cannot confirm whether the boy is Norly and failed to identify the aforementioned men.

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On March 27, Norly’s 32-year-old brother Alvin went out to herd their carabao in the fields when he smelled a foul odor, he followed the stink and saw a lifeless body with the feet tied and hanging on the tree.

He called his neighbors and the barangay officials. The family identified that it was Norly’s body. The family cannot imagine how Norly will tie himself up in a tree that way and resorted to thinking that other people tied him up there

Norly is supposed to graduate from Basicao Interior Elementary this month.

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Netizens expressed their condolences to the family and wished that the suspects will be arrested as soon as possible.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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