The apprehension of those responsible for the death of Dana Seetahal heads the list of priorities for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), according to Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams.
He made the claim at a special news briefing at the TTPS’s Port of Spain Headquarters held to officially update the public on Seetahal’s death
A preliminary report done yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre by pathologist Hughvon DesVignes revealed that Seetahal died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds, Williams said.
Williams stated that he wanted to give the country the assurance that the TTPS was using all of its resources internal and external, to ensure that they give the investigation the number one priority with intention of bringing the perpetrators to justice within the shortest period of time.
The acting Commissioner explained that an investigative team, comprised of several police officers from various departments in the TTPS had been established,.
Williams also explained that scientific and technological evidence such as video footage from closed-circuit television (CCTV) would be heavily utilized in the investigations, however, he did call on citizens who may have witnesses the incident, or who may have information which could assist the police to step forward.