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Friday, November 3, 2017
The Receiver of the Commercial property owned by
West Indian Roofing Company Limited is offering it for sale as follows:
11,930 sq. ft. (approximately)
#90 Eastern Main Road, Laventille
680 sq. ft. (approximately)
2,865 sq. ft. (approximately)
First Floor Office
750 sq. ft. (approximately)
Total Space on Main Building
4,295 sq. ft. (approximately)
1,660 sq. ft. (approximately)
1,100 sq. ft. (approximately)
1,320 sq. ft. (approximately)
To obtain a site visit please contact:
Mr. Varune Mungal
c/o Business Recovery and Advisory Services Limited
86, Seventh Street, Barataria
Telephone: 868-393 -9395
Conditions of Sale
1. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with balance in ninety (90) days.
2. The Property would be sold on an “As Is Where Is” basis subject to all outstanding Rates, Taxes and other outgoings.
3. The Receiver does not bind himself to accept the highest or any offer.
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Truck driver killed
in Maracas crash
A 61-year-old Penal truck driver, who
was hired to deliver sand and gravel to
the Maracas Bay development project,
was pinned to his death yesterday as he
reportedly attempted to stop the vehicle
when the braking system failed.
According to police, the accident
which took place around 7.30 am but
based on the position of the truck and
markings on the road they believe the
driver, Ranjit Ramkissoon, lost control
of the truck after the brakes failed and in
an effort to stop the truck from careen-
ing down the hill he attempted to swerve
into the embankment to stop the vehicle.
The Quinam Road, Penal man failed in
his attempt and the truck capsized pin-
ning him below. Police said they believe
Ramkissoon was thrown out of the truck
and it collapsed on him, crushing him.
Ramkissoon died on the scene.
The capsized truck caused little traffic
disturbance as motorists slowed down to
take a closer look.
Beetham murder victim
identified as ex-con
Police yesterday identified
the man who was shot
dead at the entrance of
the Beetham landfill as an
ex-convict who had been
released from prison one
day before he was killed.
Investigators said the vic-
tim, Nathaniel Thomas, 32,
of Hell Yard, Beetham Gar-
dens had been reported
missing on Wednesday.
Thomas was shot and
killed early on Tuesday
and as police cordoned
off the scene searching for
clues traffic backed up as
far as Freeport, in Central
and Mausica, in the East
Police said Thomas
was released from prison
on Monday after serving
a two-year sentence for
house-breaking and lar-
They said had sev-
eral convictions for
Thomas’ body was
found at the entrance
of the Beetham Landfill
around 4 am.
told the T&T Guard-
ian that Thomas was
chased by gunmen who
murdered him near the
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Dr Keith Rowley
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