Patsan salesman shot dead

At about 1440h today, police say that Bharrat Ramjattan, of Enterprise, ECD, a driver/salesman attached to Patsan Trading of John Smith Street, Campbellville, was attacked by two men, one of whom was armed with a firearm, as he was entering his place of work.

Police say that Ramjattan was shot to his back by the armed man and the perpetrators took away a bag with an undisclosed sum of cash and escaped on a motor cycle.

Ramjattan was pronounced dead on arrival at a private hospital.

A man has been held and is in police custody assisting with the investigations.

 

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