Sean Belfield still on the run
Pomeroon double murder…
Even as ex-police Lloyd Roberts has been remanded for the murders of Romeo and Clint De Agrella, police said they are still trying to locate ex-cop Sean Belfield.
On Thursday the police had issued a wanted bulletin for Belfield called ‘Back up’.
However, up to press time yesterday the wanted man was still at large.
According to a police, all efforts are being made to locate Belfield who has been fingered in the double murder which occurred two months ago in the Pomeroon River.
Belfield became popular back in December 4, 2002, while still a serving member of the Guyana Police Force, when he along with self-confessed drug kingpin, Shaheed Roger Khan and Haroon Yahya, were held at Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, with sophisticated electronic equipment, arms and ammunition.
However, they were not convicted.
Also in February 2006, Belfield’s four year-old daughter, Tiffany Belfield, was reportedly kidnapped from the Kingston Nursery School. She was however dropped off at her parent’s Lamaha Gardens home a few days after a $5M ransom was reportedly paid.
In June that year, Belfield, ex-policemen Paul Rodrigues and Lloyd Roberts, along with Roger Khan, were held in Suriname.
The police are appealing to anyone with information that may lead to his arrest to contact the police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 225-2700, 226-2917, 225-8196,
On March 23, the bodies of Romeo De Agrella, 41, and his 20-year-old son, Clint De Agrella, both of Pomeroon, were found in the Atlantic Ocean near Iron Punt.
Clint De Agrella sustained bullet wounds to the head, while his 41-year-old father was shot in the back.
A warhead police retrieved, indicated that the killer(s) had used an assault rifle.
The De Agrellas were reportedly returning from Venezuela when they were slain.
Police had detained a nephew who found the bullet-riddled boat and also took Mr. De Agrella’s wife into custody for a day.
Both were subsequently released.
Police now believe that the murders were drug-related.