Almost three months after Republic Bank Limited employee Shannon Banfield was murdered, the preliminary inquiry into her killing is yet to commence.
Dale Seecharan yesterday made his fourth appearance in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court since being charged with the crime on December 19 last year.
Yesterday’s hearing was brief as prosecutors are yet to file and serve the witness statements and evidence they plan to use for Seecharan’s preliminary inquiry and eventual trial.
Dale Seecharan has been charged with the murder of 20-year-old Shannon Banfield and is en route to the Port-of-Spain Magistrate's Court.
The 38-year-old IAM and co-employee was arrested for the third time last night by officers of the homicide bureau at his St Helena home.
Banfield was found beneath boxes in the storeroom at IAM and Company on Charlotte Street on December 8, three days after she went missing.
Police have once again released a man deemed to be a person of interest in the investigation of the murder of Republic Bank worker Shannon Banfield at IAM and Company on Charlotte Street.
Dale Seecharan walked out of the Central Police Station in Port-of-Spain just before 12.30 Thursday morning.
It was the second time that Seecharan, an employee at IAM and Company, was set free by the police.
He had been detained last Thursday together with another person of interest Matthew Maharaj.