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Murder on job site
Twenty-two-year-old Daniel Fevecque is this country’s latest murder victim. The father of a two-year-old girl was gunned down on a construction site at Shine Street, Port-of- Spain, yesterday around 1.30 pm.
Reports are that Fevecque, from Gonzales, was in the company of co-worker Keith Walcott at a building where they were both working when a gunman opened fire on them killing Fevecque instantly.
Walcott who was also shot was taken to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital for treatment. The building where Fevecque died was said to be owned by One Caribbean Media/Trinidad Express.
Police said there has been no known motive for the killing but suspects it was gang related. Fevecque’s killing has pushed the murder toll in T&T to 216 for 2018.
Man stabbed to death
Stabbed multiple times, a man believed to be a missing Penal construction worker was found lying dead in a drain off the Penal/Quinam Road yesterday.
Last night his parents were waiting to identify the corpse which matched the description of their son, who was last seen alive on Thursday.
Investigators said they received a tip off around 1 pm and officers led by Sgt Jaggernauth went to Penal/Quinam Road where they saw the body lying face down.
He was wearing blue jeans and a white and grey polka dot shirt. There were multiple stab wounds to the body. District Medical Officer Dr Rassia visited the scene. Officers from the Homicide Bureau led by PC Cromwell and Cpl Mungalsingh transported the body to the San Fernando mortuary where an autopsy is expected to be done tomorrow once his identity is confirmed.
The deceased is believed to be a 27-year-old from Mulchand Trace, Penal Rock Road, who was a roof and metal fabricator.
Girl, 12, still missing
Samdayah Singh raised her 12-year-old granddaughter Hailey Kinsale from birth and on Thursday her worst fears were realized when Kinsale failed to return home.
The 12-year-old child had gone to play with friends at the basketball court near her Roy Joseph Street, San Fernando home. When night came and she failed to come home, Singh grew worried
Fearing the worst, Singh walked over to her friends' homes but they all said she was not there.
Singh said she did not believe that Kinsale ran away since she was not that type of child.
Singh said Kinsale's parents were very worried about her.
"If anybody have her, please send her home. She is only 12," Singh pleaded.
She also denied that Roy Joseph Street was a crime hotspot saying she lived there for 32 years and Kinsale was known by everyone. Saying she did not know if Kinsale was abducted or if she went away with someone.
Anyone with information on Kinsale's whereabouts can contact police at 999, 555, 911, any police station or call 800-TIPS.
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