TOPSHOT - A policeman walks in front of a police truck as the Congolese capital Kinshasa was gripped by a strike called 'Villes mortes' (Dead cities) on October 19, 2016 in a protest over plans by the president to stay in power beyond the end of his term in December. The opposition called for the action to protest a deal signed on October 18 which would keep President Joseph Kabila in power in the Democratic Republic of Congo until April 2018 by postponing this year's scheduled presidential vote. / AFP / Eduardo Soteras (Photo credit should read EDUARDO SOTERAS/AFP/Getty Images)

DAKAR, Senegal — Three bodies, including those of a male and female Caucasian, have been found in Congo’s Central Kasai province, the government said Tuesday, and are suspected to be those of U.N. experts who disappeared there two weeks ago with colleagues.
Congolese spokesman Lambert Mende told Top Congo FM that the bodies were found Monday but did not confirm they were of Michael Sharp of the United States and Zaida Catalan of Sweden.
“To our knowledge, there are no other foreigners who have disappeared in this region,” Mende said, adding that the provincial commissioner was on his way to recover and identify the bodies of two Caucasians and a Congolese.
Sharp’s father, John Sharp of Hesston, Kansas, wrote on his Facebook page on Monday that the bodies of two Caucasians were found in shallow graves in the search area for the U.N. experts.
“Since no other Caucasians have been reported missing in that region, …