Man wanted for questioning in murder of Cuyuni shopkeeper

Natton Anthony Stoute is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of shopkeeper Bibi Shaniza Bhola which occurred on 2014-02-26 at Rock Creek, Cuyuni, Mazaruni.

The police say that anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Stoute is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 226-1333, 225-8196, 225-2722, 911 or the nearest police station.

His last known address is Helena No. 2 Mahaica, ECD.

All information will be treated with strict confidence.

Bhola, 35, was found dead with a single stab wound to her abdomen. Bhola’s shop contained living quarters as well as selling quarters and two men were living in the shop. The police declared these two men to be persons of interest.

According to Crime Chief Seelall Persaud, a relative of Bhola had visited her around 4:30pm on February 25th and later left.

He said when the relative returned the following morning, the premises were locked from the outside.

He said that Bhola was then found dead inside the shop.

Persaud said the two tenants could not be found and their belongings were gone as well.

 

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