Trinidad Interpol assisting Guyana police
—Trinidad Guardian reports
December 1, 2002
Interpol officers in Trinidad were working with the Guyana police to determine if hired killers from the twin island republic were part of a gang believed to be responsible for a spate of killings in Georgetown, the Trinidad Guardian reported yesterday.
The report went on to say that the investigation followed the discovery of the bullet-ridden body of Sean Spaulding, a 36-year-old Trinidadian, in Buxton last Saturday.
The newspaper reported Public Relations Officer of the Guyana Police Force, Assistant Supt David Ramnarine as saying that the authorities here had asked the police in Trinidad to investigate whether Spaulding had a criminal record.
This newspaper was unable to contact the PRO yesterday for further information.