Trinidadian Michelle Coudray-Greaves' body is believed to have to have been found burnt in a cane field in Montego Bay, St James reports the Jamaican Gleaner online newspaper.

The body was burnt beyond recognition, but dental braces and bracelet believed to be those worn by Coudray-Greaves were found on the body.

The Jamaican police are however continuing their investigation for a missing Michelle Coudray-Greaves, until the body found is clearly identified.

Coudray-Greaves resided in a rented property at Cornwall Courts in Montego Bay. She was employed as teacher of Spanish/French at Cornwall College, where she was last apparently seen early Friday, June 1.

Michelle Coudray-Greaves is the daughter of Marlene Coudray, Mayor of San Fernando, and deputy political leader of the United National Congress in Trinidad and Tobago.

Coudray is expected to fly out to Jamaica this morning.

In March, Marlene Coudray was also in the news after she had defected from the Congress of the People (COP), a political party which forms an arm of the Kamla Persad-Bissessar's People's Partnership coalition government, to another party of that coalition the United National Congress (UNC).

Coudray was then elected deputy political leader of the UNC. In the wake of Coudray's move, COP chairman Joseph Toney angrily claimed that she was "poached" by the

The Trinidad Sunday Guardian then gave some explanation to the reasoning behind the defection in an article entitled, "Dookeran should come clean on COP's relationship with Coudray".

The situation then led to tensions within the People's Partnership government. Prakash Ramadhar, leader of Congress of the People, insisted that she should have relinquished her position as San Fernando mayor to another COP member.