Phone records lead to suspect, but cops no closer to finding GEA worker

It has been more than two weeks since Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) staffer Levoy Taljit went missing and the police have since held one suspect, but appear to be no closer to finding the man.

A senior police official told Stabroek News that the suspect was held after officers received certain information which they thought might have led them to Taljit.

However, the official revealed that while the suspect was questioned, no substantial information was gathered that could provide a clue as to Taljit’s whereabouts. It was further stated that during questioning,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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