Gavin Watson's phone reportedly traced to Bryanston after his death

Gavin Watson's phone reportedly traced to Bryanston after his death

- Gavin Watson's nephew says that he tracked Watson's phone after his death

- He said the phone was last traced to Bryanston before he was no longer able to track it

- This comes as Watson's postmortem results are expected to be released on Thursday

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Gavin Watson's cellphone has reportedly been traced to Germiston and Bryanston.

It has been claimed that phone moved after Watson's accident took place.

This comes after police reported that they had not found Watson's phone at the scene of the crash.

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Watson's family also said that they did not have the phone, has gathered.

Police had said that they only found Watson's ID and a wallet containing R70 at the crash site. 

However, Watson's nephew, Jared, says that the family traced the phone to Germiston, according to News24. He says the phone then moved to Bryanston around 7pm, after which point they were no longer able to track it. 

Jared made the comments in an interview with Biznews Radio. He also claimed that Watson appeared to be in a good mood when Jared saw him last on Sunday. He also says that his uncle was prepared for the upcoming tax inquiry in which he was set to testify.

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This comes as Gavin Watson's postmortem results are set to be released on Thursday. Police say that they took fingerprints to make sure that the body recovered from the wreck was actually Watson's, The Sowetan has reported.

Such fingerprinting is standard procedure but a police source reportedly claims it is also being done to put prove beyond a doubt that Watson did in fact die in the crash.

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Source: Briefly News

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