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Address of Properties
LP 90 PLYMOUTH ROAD, MARY HILL JUNCTION, TOBAGO.
Comprising 2,073 Square Metres. Land only (Freehold)
10 SECOND STREET WEST, DINSLEY AVENUE, Trincity Comprising. Single
storey residence on 3,140 sq ft land.
CUTHBERT CIRCULAR ROAD, FOUR ROADS, DIEGO MARTIN- 5Acres 33Perches
Freehold land with Town and Country Planning Division Outline Approval for a
multifamily residential development for 84 units and their no objection to
change usage to 139 units subject to conditions.
LOT C ESTATE TRACE, ARANJUEZ-comprising 14,103 sq ft freehold land only
NO. 3 BOODRAM ST, ENTERPRISE, CHAGUANAS. Two Storeyed residential
building on two lots of land with car port and swimming pool.
NO. 64 THIRD ST., BARATARIA- Two Storeyed Residential / Commercial Property
on 5,768 Sq Ft Freehold Land.
LOT NO. 62, ROY AVE, MOOTOO LANDS, MARABELLA- 5 B/R Two Storeyed
Residential Building on 5,000 sq ft land.
Kindly forward sealed offers in writing to:
THE CREDIT MANAGER
P.O BOX 1153, PORT OF SPAIN
"RE: OFFERS FOR SALE"
For further information kindly call 671-4747 followed by the above extension.
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuitable offers would not be acknowledged.
The Public is hereby notified that
is no longer
and is therefore not authorized to
conduct any business on behalf
of the Company 0114060
Homicide investigators are hoping
muddy footprints left by a gunman
who shot and killed a 58-year-old
Vega de Oropouche, Sangre Grande,
man can help them solve the case.
This was one of the solid clues
found at the scene of Felix Ramesh
Ramsaroop s murder, in the remote
Melajo village. Villagers said the inci-
dent was the first in the agricultural
Ramsaroop, a father of four, died
after he was shot repeatedly in the
chest with an automatic weapon.
Sangre Grande police reported that
around 8.50 pm on Wednesday they
received reports from villagers of hear-
ing loud explosions.
Police officers attached to Sangre
Grande CID responded to the call.
On arrival they saw the body of a
man lying on his left side motionless
in a pool of blood under a house near
a car. The victim was wearing a blue
and white T-shirt, three-quarter pants
and his feet were bare.
Ramsaroop lived by himself and
police believe he was shot by a gun-
man who was waiting for him. An
autopsy yesterday revealed that he
was shot eight times.
Police believe the gunman used a
track through the bushes at the back
of Ramsaroop s house to make his way
and escape from the scene. Police
found several footprints in the mud
leading to and from the track.
Police are yet to determine the
motive for the killing and have ruled
out robbery in the incident. Investi-
gators said nothing was taken from
the vehicle, and the victim s wallet,
with cash and important documents,
was untouched in his pocket. Nothing
was reported missing from his house.
Ramsaroop s murder is the third
killing for the year in the eastern dis-
Visiting the scene were Supt Moses
Charles, ASP Joseph, Ag Insp Ken
Lutchman, Ag Cpl Dixon, PCs Hemant
Gadar, Ravinash Gadar and officers
from homicide region 11, Arouca.
Charles said yesterday that officers
were pursuing all theories in the latest
killing but did not have a solid motive.
Two other killings in Valencia and
Sangre Grande have been linked to
Cindy Ramsaroop told the T&T
Guardian that the family was planning
a party for her father s 59th birthday
on January 30.
She said her father lived alone
and she described him as "a lov-
able father, kind and helpful man
"Why they kill him?," she cried
at the scene.
She said she along with her
other siblings made sure her father
got meals and helped doing chores
at his home so that he could enjoy
Cindy who lives one street
from her father said she was trau-
matised and literally could not
breathe, as she suffers from asth-
ma, when she came to her father s
home and saw him lying dead.
She said her father was a retired
employee of Carib Brewery and
spent long hours in his land and
with his brothers and nephews.
Only last Saturday, she said,
he attended his elder brother s
birthday lime at Matura.
She said her dad worked really
hard to give everything to his three
daughters and only son.
"Now to enjoy life some mer-
ciless person come and kill him
after he made so much sacrifice
to see his children educated and
She said when the time comes,
it would be 100 times worst for
the criminal who killed her father.
Referring to the crime situation
in the country, the grieving
woman said it appeared that there
was no justice in the country. "All
that is heard a next one murdered
and that is the end of the story.
"We will all miss our dad as
he was loving to us and you know
what hurts is that he was a
healthy man and to have his life
take away by some ruthless per-
sons is disgusting," she said.
PC Sutherland of homicide
region 11, Arouca, is continuing
with investigations into the killing.
Ramsaroop s killing brings the
number of people killed for 2016
Footprints in mud left behind by killer
Funeral home boss claims
death threat from cop
An investigation has been
launched into the alleged misconduct
of a police inspector and a female
special reserve officer (SRP) assigned
to a police station in the Port-of-
It is alleged that the senior officer
threatened a manager of a funeral
home in Port-of-Spain while at the
Forensic Science Centre earlier this
The manager who has 19 years in
the business and frequents the centre
every day was allegedly threatened by
the police inspector.
Speaking with the T&T Guardian
on Thursday, the manager said that
his life was threatened and he was not
going to take the situation lightly.
"The officer told me that he will
make me disappear if I come back
here at the Forensic Centre. But I am
here over 19 years and a manager of
a reputable funeral home. I am one
of the persons the police call whenever
there are murders so I don t under-
stand what is going on here," the man-
When asked what led to the inci-
dent, the manager said that he alleged-
ly overheard something being said
about the police inspector and the
"Maybe it is something I should
not have heard and maybe the female
officer felt embarrassed or another
feeling over it but that is not the way
to do things, attacking me for that,"
the manager said.
An official report was made to Bel-
mont Police Station on Wednesday
and Police Complaints Authority.
Felix Ramsaroop, second from right, poses with his children in a recent family photo.
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