No headway in search for Sheldon Sukhdeo

Three weeks af­ter he was ab­duct­ed by armed men, busi­ness­man Shel­don Sukhdeo is yet to be found by po­lice.

Con­tact­ed yes­ter­day, po­lice sources said that while the in­ves­ti­ga­tion has been ac­tive­ly pur­sued by de­tec­tives of the An­ti-Kid­nap­ping Unit since last month, they have not made sig­nif­i­cant head­way in crack­ing the case or res­cu­ing him.

Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Sukhdeo, the own­er of a used car deal­er­ship in cen­tral Trinidad, was ab­duct­ed in Clax­ton Bay on De­cem­ber 16.

Curepe interchange land talks break down

Sev­en of the 37 Curepe fam­i­lies who were told their homes are in the way of the Gov­ern­ment's $221mil­lion Curepe In­ter­change project have been giv­en one week to ac­cept the State’s of­fer for their prop­er­ties or be evict­ed.

Ac­cord­ing to spokesman Ravin­dra Ma­haraj, al­though the res­i­dents do not yet know what the of­fer will be as the de­tails have not been dis­cussed, they are be­ing bul­lied out of their homes.