Fisherman hacked to death in suspected robbery

-wounded wife in intensive care

A fisherman was chopped to death in his home early yesterday morning during an attack by suspect robbers that left his wife hospitalised with severe wounds.

Police say investigations are being conducted into the murder of Chetram Bharrat, 40, of Lot 418 Block 20, Haslington East Coast Demerara. It was further stated that initial investigations indicated that two men armed with cutlasses entered the man’s home, which he shared with his common-law wife, Lomkattie Ramdat, 36, through a window. “The men demanded cash and jewellery, during which the two victims were chopped about their bodies,” police added.

Ramdat sustained chops at multiple areas about her body and sources said her entire nose was severed. She is now in the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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