Circumstantial evidence links suspect to Pomeroon woman’s murder

A strong trail of circumstantial evidence is pointing to the killer of Pomeroon businesswoman Judith D’Oliviera, according to her distraught relatives, who are criticising what they see as the “poor” police investigation so far.

“There is a trail of strong circumstantial evidence which could build a case against the main suspect but we have seen no sign of any interest in this information. We have been on the ground gathering information since Judith disappeared and we need the police to help us out here,” a relative of the dead woman told Stabroek News on Friday.

But a source knowledgeable about the investigation has disclosed that the information gathered  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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