Another prisoner recaptured

Shamudeen Mohamed

In late breaking news, Stabroek News learnt at press time this morning that a prisoner who was not earlier said to be among the escapees was captured on the West Demerara.

His name was given as Shamudeen Mohamed and his address as Tuschen, East Bank Essequibo. He and four others were charged in December last year with the murders of Good Hope rice farmers Mohamed and Jamilla Munir, who burnt to death after their house was set ablaze during a robbery attempt on April 17, last year.

According to reports, Mohamed was recaptured at his home and his mother was also arrested.

Shamudeen Mohamed
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