Police officers attached to the Central Police Station in Port-of-Spain this morning rearrested an IAM &
Company employee as part of their ongoing investigation into the murder of 20-year-old Shannon Banfield.
The suspect was detained around 9 pm yesterday by officers of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations
at his home.
He was then taken to the Central Police Station in Port of Spain, where, shortly after midnight,
police officers began the process of laying the charge against the man.
Banfield was last seen alive on December 5th entering IAM and Company building along Charlotte Street, Port of Spain.
She was captured on CCTV cameras in the building interacting with several persons.
She was then seen walking up the stairs to the upper floor of the building.
The search for Banfield came to a conclusion on December 8th, when her decomposing body was found in a small room on the upper floor of the IAM and Company building.
An autopsy has since revealed she was smothered to death.
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