As hope dwindles, Taljit’s father urges cops to re-arrest suspect

Fourteen months after the mysterious disappearance of the then 25-year-old Levoy Taljit, his father says hopes of finding him alive are dwindling rapidly owing largely to the failure of police investigators to get more information out of a suspect who told a story which raised many questions.

A distraught Basil (only name) told Stabroek News recently that the suspect told the police that Taljit had given him his bank card to withdraw all of his money from his bank account. However, to date police have failed to get his son’s bank records and ATM footage to verify this, and  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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