Looters after gold or jewels in the abandoned home of deposed Central African Republic president Francois Bozize came instead across a gruesome discovery -- two human skeletons hidden beneath the garage floor.
Seleka coalition Colonel Ali Garba points on April 6, 2013 at two holes in the garage of one of the houses of ousted Central African President Francois Bozize in Sassara. According to Garba, two skeletons were found in the holes that were closed by cement slabs.
At the house in Sassara, on the outskirts of the capital Bangui, Colonel Ali Garba -- one of the Seleka rebels whose coalition toppled Bozize from power last month -- gives a tour.
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