Police seeking man over illegal distribution of fuel markers

A South Ruimveldt Gardens man is wanted by the police and the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) in connection with the unlawful distribution of fuel markers, a police bulletin said yesterday.

Stanley Paul, who is known to have last resided at Lot 256 Dove Square, South Ruimveldt Gardens, is wanted by the GEA and the Police for questioning in relation to the unlawful distribution of Fuel Markers that was reportedly committed on the GEA in April of this year.

Anyone with information that may lead to Paul’s arrest is urged to contact the police station on numbers: 226-2870, 229-2655, 227-1149, 226-7065, 911 or to make contact with the closest police station. All information will be treated with the strictest confidence, the police said.

Head of the GEA, Mahender Sharma, was contacted yesterday but stated that he did not want to divulge any additional information since it is an ongoing police investigation.

There have been ongoing questions about the extent of fuel smuggling and use of GEA markers to enable this.

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