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Breakthroughs were made by
CrimeWatch host Ian Alleyne
this week as he sought to
uncover the truth behind the
murder of 19-year-old Salma
Chadee, who was allegedly shot
dead by her ex-boyfriend on
Alleyne revealed some key
findings of his investigations live
this past week after the case took
a chilling twist during his probe.
Alleyne said his investigations
had revealed that a close relative
of Chadee may have been
involved in her killing.
He said he discovered that
earlier on the day that Chadee
was shot by her killer, one of
her relatives was seen entering
a house located at Tulluck
Street, not too far from her
Chadee Street, Caroni, resi-
dence, seeking to buy a firearm.
Alleyne called for a deeper
investigation into the case, as
he wondered why one of her rel-
atives would be looking for a
gun just mere hours before
Chadee was killed. He also asked
if the gun purchased by the rel-
ative was the same gun used to
Azad Ali has been identified
as a person of interest in the
case by the police. But he con-
tinues to elude the police man-
hunt for him, despite the fact
that he is in a wheelchair after
breaking both his legs in an acci-
Alleyne called on Ali to get in
touch with him urgently, vowing
that heads would roll when he
blew the lid on this case and
exposed everyone involved in
Chadee s murder.
Also, this week, Alleyne visited
the relatives of Krishna Rajku-
mar in Central Trinidad. The
54-year-old, of Roopsingh Road,
Freeport, was allegedly shot dead
by a relative who is a member
of the police service.
The policeman has claimed he
was acting in self-defence after
being threatened and attacked
by the deceased, who was armed
with a cutlass.
But Rajkumar s relatives
begged Alleyne for assistance as
they offered another side of the
story and said they believed
nothing would come of the mat-
ter since it involved a member
of the police service.
The family spoke of an alleged
dispute over land and a family
house and said while Rajkumar
normally was quarrelsome when
he drank there was nothing more
to it than that.
Witnesses to the incident
claimed allegations that Rajku-
mar had a weapon were untrue
and that he was unarmed when
he was shot.
Alleyne assured the family that
he would get the relevant
authorities to thoroughly inves-
tigate the matter.
Footage of an armed robbery
at Alisha s lounge, located at 103
Lachoos Road, Penal, was also
aired. The footage showed two
armed bandits robbing patrons
and the owner on January 24.
The footage can be seen on
Ian Alleyne s Facebook fanpage
and the public is kindly urged
to assist in identifying the sus-
pects or their whereabouts.
Meanwhile, there was a break-
through in the investigation into
the disappearance of Rosemarie
Francois, 19, who went missing
on October 30, 2014.
Alleyne discovered that there
was no kidnapping, but rather,
Francois and her boyfriend who
both have a pending matter in
the court were in Venezuela.
The mother of Francois
boyfriend had appeared on the
show begging for assistance
because she was unaware of her
son s whereabouts.
Alleyne is asking the public to
call Crime Watch with any infor-
The son of Victor Anderson, the man who
went missing on January 24, appeared on the
programme to thank Alleyne and the nation for
their help in finding his father. The man was
relieved to have his father back safe and thanked
Alleyne for helping.
Chilling twist in Chadee murder
An investigation behind alleged illegal mining at
the Santa Maria Quarry, Gasparillo, is ongoing.
Alleyne's investigation has revealed that the
activity is being covered up by officials and the
owner of the land has been receiving threats.
Alleyne promised to keep investigating the matter
and will speak to the minister about the situation.
Nicole Rajkumar is
consoled by a
viewing her father
autopsy at the
Centre, St James, on
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