Four men shot dead in South Trinidad

(Trinidad Express) FOUR men were shot and killed in two separate attacks in south Trinidad last night. At around 730 p.m. Vishnu Chablal was standing near his home at Caratal Road, Gasparillo, speaking to his wife, when a masked gunman came up and shot him in the head. He died at the scene. At Pond Street, La Romaine, three men were killed. They were identified as Kwasi Vincent, Randy Leshmore, and his brother Maurice Leshmore. At around 10.30p.m. three masked gunmen entered a track where the victims were liming with others outside an apartment building. The suspects began began shooting. The three men died at the scene. A fourth man was shot in the foot and is at hospital being treated. Police suspect one man was the target.

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