Police have issued an all station alert for Faizal Ally, called Yuppies, of High Street, Werk-en-Rust and owner of Wings Taxi Service. They want to arrest him in a charge of abducting a man from his home and in the presence of his parents.
According to reports, Ally went to the home of the man at Lot 2 Hadfield Street, Lodge, and forcefully removed him under the pretext that the man knew the person who reportedly stole some things from his taxi service.
A source close to the household said that when Ally went into the home he told the members of the household that he was above the law; that the Director of Public Prosecutions was his relative and that she would dispose of any charge leveled against him.
The police confirmed that they received a report of the abduction and their investigations have so far revealed that the taxi service owner took away the man, placed him in the trunk of a white Toyota Carina PKK 9843 and registered to Mohamed Ally, then drove the man into Le Repentir Cemetery where he beat him and tortured him for two hours.
Someone close to the household said that at the time Ally did not realize that the man was a policeman’s brother but when he got to know this, he quickly took the boy to Norton Street and Cemetery Road and dumped him.
The man, accompanied by a relative, reported to Brickdam Police Station where the police took the child to the hospital for a medical examination.
On the return to the station, the police said that they almost arrested a man who attempted to offer compensation in the sum of $15,000. The man and his relatives chased him.
This sparked attempts to arrest Ally. The police reported that they visited Ally’s home repeatedly yesterday but have so far failed to locate him.
Immediately they issued an all station bulletin to have the taxi service owner arrested on sight.
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