Discovery of goods fuels suspicion over cargo boat’s sinking

Suspicion is growing over the circumstances surrounding the sinking of the cargo boat ‘Stollie 1,’ which went down between the entrances of the Pomeroon and Waini rivers last Saturday, after some of the cargo was found on a rescuer’s boat.

Duarte Garraway, the cousin of the vessel’s owner Trevor Stoll, said that some of the cargo, which he claims was on the sunken boat, has been found on the boat that rescued the captain and two other crewmen.

He added that at present suspicions have arisen over how the rescuers got their hands on the cargo. He further stated that the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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