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.
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.