Dead mechanic’s family offering reward for help in solving murder
Unsatisfied with the investigation of Sideek Juman’s murder, his family has taken the unusual step of offering a reward for information that could lead to his killer(s) being brought to justice.
The Blankenburg, West Coast Demerara mechanic was found dead last November and relatives say that there are many unanswered questions regarding his death.
Juman’s body was fished out of a pool at Double Day Hotel at Tuschen, East Bank Essequibo (EBE) on November 19, 2012, a day after he had been hanging out there with two friends.
A post-mortem examination proved that he died from asphyxiation and that “blunt trauma to head” also contributed significantly to his death.
His friends, a male and female, both in their early 20s, were arrested as was another man, who was said to be the main suspect. Police have told the family that the investigations have been completed and that the report was sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for advice.
Juman’s relatives strongly believe that he was murdered and they are now offering a substantial reward to persons who can provide information leading to the prosecution of whoever is responsible. The family can be reached at 688-5273.