In T&T: Girlfriend murdered, wife missing, now husband vanishes

From left to right, murdered Felicia Persad, missing Reagan Randhan and his wife Kamala Dindial who was last seen in October.

(Trinidad Express) A man whose female friend was found murdered last year and whose wife disappeared two months ago has also gone missing.

Police believe that Reagan Ramdhan may be dead and a search on the east coast yesterday turned up the bones of two separate people.

The identities are unknown.

Ramdhan was last seen on December 2 leaving his home at Shirvan Drive, Sangre Chiquito.

He left driving his black Toyota Hilux at 2 p.m. He was later reported missing by his mother-in-law Radica Lobai.

That night around 11.30 the vehicle crashed into a wall at Union Village, Mayaro, and two men were seen running from the scene.

From left to right, murdered Felicia Persad, missing Reagan Randhan and his wife Kamala Dindial who was last seen in October.

Police impounded the vehicle and searched for evidence.

Investigations led police on Wednesday night to arrest three people – two men and a woman – in a house in Carathal Road, Biche.

The woman was released shortly after police said.

On Thursday and Friday a combined team of officers of the Sangre Grande, Biche Stations, Mayaro and Rio Claro stations, Canine Unit and Homicide Region II began combing several areas in Biche in search of a body.

The officers retrieved the bones at La Salle Road and they were sent to the Forensic Sciences Centre for forensic examination.

Ramdhans friend, Felicia Persad, 29, was killed in April 2016, and her body found wrapped in plastic submerged in the Mitan River.

Persad went missing one day after work at a boutique in her Sangre Grande hometown.

She disappeared shortly after she had obtained a protection order as a result of an abusive relationship.

And in October, Kamala Dindial, Ramdhan’s wife, went missing. She has not been heard from since.


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