The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 16-year-old Christon N. Mashall.
Christon was last seen at his Buen Intento Road, Princes Town home, around 6:30 pm, on January 2nd.
He was reported missing to the Princes Town Police Station, around 10:20 am, on January 8th by his mother.
Christon is of mixed descent, 5 feet 9 inches tall and slim built with a brown complexion and short, black hair.
As works continue on the Curepe interchange, one driver is said to have ignored the height restrictions while approaching the worksite.
Reports indicate that the driver of the truck ignored the temporary height restriction even after being told that he could not continue beyond a particular point at Valsyn before the interchange.
The truck driver attempted to manoeuvre the truck beneath the temporary height restriction barrier, the barrier collapsed after the truck came into contact with it while another approaching vehicle was hit by the falling barrier.
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 24-year-old Stephanie Chadee.
Stephanie, of Race Course Road, Arima, was last seen at home around 7:30 am on January 4th.
She was reported missing to the Arima Police Station on January 5th at 6:35 pm by a relative.
Stephanie is of East Indian descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, slim built, and has a light brown complexion.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of STEPHANIE CHADEE is asked to call 800-TIPS or contact the police at 555, 999, 911, 482-GARY or any police station.
“Maybe if relatives of drowning victims at the country’s flagship beaches—Maracas and Tyrico Bays—start suing the Ministry of National Security for negligence then the longstanding health and safety issues of lifeguards may be addressed.”
This was the statement made by a spokesperson for the lifeguards, Augustus Sylvester during an interview with Guardian Media on Sunday, hours after another drowning was recorded on Saturday at Tyrico Bay.
In a press release issued today, Paria Fuel Trading Company Limited announced a one-year supply agreement with Unipet.
The one-year agreement commenced on January 01, 2020.
In December 2019, PARIA ceased supply of petroleum products to UNIPET for reasons which included failure of UNIPET to pay for products delivered in September and October 2019 and execute a supply agreement.
According to Paria Fuel Trading Company Limited, both companies have since resolved their dispute and a Settlement Agreement was executed on December 09, 2019.