FOURTH MAN HELD OVER BLACK BUSH TRIPLE MURDER
The fourth suspect in the black Bush Polder Triple murder has been arrested.
According to the police; the suspect who was on the run since July was captured during a covert operation conducted by ranks from the Criminal Investigation Department.
As a result of information received, the CID Ranks conducted the operation in the backlands of the Corentyne of ‘B’ Division which led to the arrest of Rakesh Karamchand called “Go To Front.”
An unlicensed shotgun and seven cartridges were also found.
Karamchand was wanted in connection with the murder of Pawan Chandradeo, his son Jaikarran Chandradeo and his brother-in-law Naresh Rooplall.
The trio were found dead after a fishing trip, shot at point blank range.