Cops still working on Colwyn Harding case

It has been three weeks since the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) re-turned the file on the Colwyn Harding baton rape investigation to the police with instructions to do more work but ranks are still apparently trying to complete those tasks.

Contacted yesterday, Crime Chief Seelall Persaud said that the investigations have not yet been completed. He had previously told the media that investigators were instructed to re-interview some witnesses and look into the findings from the private hospital where Harding was treated after his release from the Georgetown Public Hospital, among other things.

Asked what progress the investigators have made in these areas, Persaud said that he would be unable to say as the ranks  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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