Relatives of Police Constable Brandon Mohammed, who was found dead in a bushy area in Warrenville on Thursday afternoon say they are not convinced that he took his own life.
Mohammed was last assigned to the Fingerprint section at the Criminal Records Office in Port-of-Spain Criminal Investigations Department.
Relatives, who were at the Forensic Science Centre in St James for the autopsy on Friday said he never spoke much about his work but they believe there could be a link.
One relative, who wished not to give a name, said they didn't want to say much because they are a bit scared, "We may be targeted if it was some corrupt thing going on."
Relatives said Mohammed had "too much to live for" and that he was "a devoted family man and was looking forward to the birth of his second grandchild."
They added that contrary to the information that police officers would have given the media, the relatives said Mohammed neither called his wife to tell her that he loved her nor did he call his mother as she died two years ago.
An autopsy revealed that Mohammed died from a single gunshot wound to the head.
On Thursday at about 12.30 pm on Thursday, a farmer, of Railway Road in Cunupia was walking along Robert Trace when he discovered Mohammed laying dead in the road.
Mohammed who lived at 6 El Carmen Road in St. Helena Village, Caroni was found with a revolver near to his body.