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Top CoP: do not pay for FULs

Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith is advising persons against paying anyone—including police officers—to secure a Firearm User’s License (FUL).

The top cop says that will not in any way assist in fast tracking their application.

In an official statement, Commissioner  Griffith says he has learnt that numerous  people  claiming  to  know  certain  senior  police officers, who  have made  promises  to assist them in securing their FULs. 

Couva Man Missing

The Trinidad  and  Tobago  Police  Service (TTPS) is  seeking  the  public’s help urgently in locating a missing, mentally-challenged male resident of Couva.

59-year-old  ANGUS SEALEY,  of  Mann  Street,  Balmain,  Couva  was  last  seen  at home,  at  8:30 am on  Tuesday  3 December  2019. 

He was  reported missing  to  the  Couva  Police  Station  around  8:30  pm  on  the same date. 

Suspect held minutes after robbing female victim in Diego Martin

Quick work by officers of the Four Roads Police Station resulted in the arrest of a bandit and the recovery of a quantity of cash, which had been stolen minutes earlier from a female victim in the Diego Martin district.

According to official police reports, the  victim  was  walking  along  the  walkover  of  the Diego Martin highway around 11:15am, on Tuesday 10 December 2019, when she was accosted by a man who grabbed a black bag containing  a  quantity  of  cash  from  her. 

The  man  then  made  his escape on foot into Cuthbert Circular.

Rajaee Ali’s father in police custody

The father of Dana Seetahal murder accused—Rajaee Ali—is said to be in police custody, following his arrest last night.

Sources close to the investigation told Guardian Media that a special unit of the TTPS, acting on information received relative to alleged gang-related activities in the Carapo district, went to the home of Imam Hassan Ali, where he was arrested.

Sources say he currently is being questioned in relation to the alleged gang-related activities.

TTPS urges state witnesses to stay in Witness Protection

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is urging citizens who have been placed in witness protection, to stay there while they need that special cover.

The appeal comes in the wake of the murder of 44-year-old Raffick Hosein, of Fitts Road, Biche.

He was gunned down at his Biche home at about 3:30 on Wednesday afternoon.

He was a state witness in a double murder case and had been receiving death threats.

Police say he seldom left his home.

TTPS: Avoid elections-related offences

As the day for local government elections gets closer, the police service is reminding citizens to respect each other’s constitutional right to campaign for—and support the political party of—their choice.

The TTPS’ Sergeant Ashraf Ali is encouraging citizens to get familiar with the Representation of the People Act, which documents the various offences that should not be committed during election time.

Police find arms and ammunition in Diego Martin

The T&T Police Service is reporting the discovery of a quantity of arms and ammunition during a Strike Back Operation in the Diego Martin district on Thursday.

According to police reports, the arms and ammunition were found in a bushy area in the Patna Village.

The TTPS says officers seized:

Top cop meets with bankers

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith gave a commitment to increased collaboration between the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) and the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT).

The top cop and officers of special investigative units within the TTPS, met with representatives of this country’s commercial banking sector on Wednesday 30th October, at the office of the Commissioner of Police, Police Administration Building, Port of Spain.

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