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NOTICE OF SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Offers are invited for the purchase of the following property:
Property located at: Number 56 Gooding Village, San Fernando,
known as 56 Cipero Street, San Fernando. The freehold property com-
prises of a two storey structure and a basement thereon.
Sale price- $6,000,000.00 or nearest offer
Offers in sealed envelopes should be sent to: Mortgagee Sale
P.O. Box 621
PORT OF SPAIN
Private and Confidential
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. The property is being sold subject to all outstanding rates and
taxes and other outgoings.
2. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with the
balance within 90 days.
3. Mortgage financing available to qualified applicants.
4. Subject to contract (Agreement for Sale).
5. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any offer.
6. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
Bids close promptly at 4.00 p.m. on December 30, 2013 and must be
received at the above address on
or before the aforesaid time. Bids received after the closing date/time
will not be opened.
INTERESTED PERSONS should telephone
625-3566 Ext. 2222/2211
For further information
M.E.T Wholesale Ltd
10-12 Nanan Trace Aranguez
(opp. Delta Glass, last side street
on Aranguez Main Road)
Blue Bldg with Smile Face
Tel: 675-8486/1638 or 638-0437
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Two men held after the murder
of 21-year-old Afisha Dyer have
been set free, police said yester-
Around 2 am on Saturday, the
Moruga mother of three was shot
several times at her Samuel Cooper
Trace, St Mary s home, by three
gunmen who emerged from an
unmarked black Nissan Wingroad.
Hours after the killing, two men
from South Oropouche and La Brea
were arrested while driving through
Homicide detectives said the
men were held because their vehi-
cle matched the type and colour
of the car which Dyer s killers used.
However, police said they could
not establish a link between the
suspects and the murder and the
men were set free on Sunday.
Although relatives believe Dyer
was killed because of an ongoing
court battle over her one-year-old
son, Ezekiel, police said no one
has provided adequate information
to determine whether that was a
strong motive for the killing.
No one else has been held in
connection with the case but police
said yesterday they were working
towards gathering more informa-
tion to make an arrest.
The killing occurred less than
two weeks before Christmas, which
leaves Dyer s children motherless
and in the care of relatives.
It took place as Dyer and other
friends were playing a game of all
fours under her home. The men
approached the group and fired
several times and as the players
ran for safety, they shot Dyer sev-
eral times, even as she pleaded for
Her 33-year-old neighbour
Nikeisha Elliot was also shot four
times in the shoulder and chest.
They were taken to the Princes
Town District Health Facility where
Dyer died while receiving emer-
Up to yesterday, Elliot, the
mother of three teenagers and a
toddler, remained warded in a sta-
ble condition at the San Fernando
The murder toll for 2013 stood
at 380 yesterday, surpassing last
year s total of 379 recorded on the
T&T Police Service Web site.
No suspects in cemetery killings
Despite reports that three men
were held for the murder of two
people at the Chaguanas cemetery
last week, Central Division Police
said yesterday they have no sus-
pects in custody for those killings.
Last Wednesday, gunmen
opened fire on a red Nissan
Almera, causing it to crash into a
tombstone at the cemetery along
the Petersfield Main Road.
The men then bludgeoned 23-
year-old Salisha Langtoo with a
car jack and shot 39-year-old Clif-
ford George four times in the chest.
Langtoo, of Jennifer Street, Lisas
Gardens, Couva, and George, of
Carolina Village, Couva, died while
being treated at the Chaguanas
Two other people, 31-year-old
Kwesi Brooks, also of Lisas Gar-
dens, and Carlene Thomas, 33, of
East Dry River, Port-of-Spain, were
taken to the Eric Williams Medical
Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, and
the Port-of-Spain General Hospital
While processing the scene,
police responded to a report that
three men were seen robbing a
supermarket in Chaguanas.
Reports indicated that the sus-
pects might have been related to
the murder but a senior officer
said yesterday that the men had
nothing to do with the murder and
had appeared in court last week
on larceny charges.
member Victoria Har-
rigin passed away early
yesterday. She was 65.
Harrigin was appoint-
ed to the court on
December 16, 2003 by
then president Prof
George Maxwell Richards
and re-appointed on
November 12, 2008.
Harrigin, who cele-
brated her birthday last
Saturday, was a former
employee of the Ministry
She sat on several
landmark cases, including
the 2007 granting of an
injunction restraining the
Services of T&T (TSTT)
from retrenching 11 of its
Harrigin was among a
panel, which also com-
prised judges Eleanor
well and Vernon Ashby,
who ruled for the Com-
Union (CWU) against
Arrangements for Har-
rigin s funeral are yet to
With Christmas only a week away, shoppers
flock to the city centres to buy gifts. Among
them was this man seen carrying a toy car at
the corner of Queen and Frederick Streets, Port-
of-Spain yesterday. PHOTO: MARCUS GONZALES
Suspects in Moruga
NOT ROAD WORTHY?
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