Colwyn Harding file back with DPP -police

Cognisant of an article appearing in the Stabroek News today to the effect that the file dealing with the Colwyn Harding matter had not yet been returned to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), the Guyana Police Force today said that the file was returned to the DPP last Friday, April 11, 2014.

The file had been sent back to the police by the DPP for further investigations to be conducted. It had been with the police for nearly two months before being returned to the DPP on Friday.

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