Anguished relatives consoled each other on Sunday after being told that two young Guyanese men were found murdered in central Trinidad.
The bodies of 28-year-old Narad Sookoo and 22-year-old Vinod Dubay, of Dookiesingh Street in St Augustine, were discovered at an abandoned dump in Felicity around 9 am.
A call was transmitted to E-999 Division and officers who responded found the bodies partially submerged in a swamp.
The men were initially reported kidnapped, police said. Police said Sookoo and Dubay, who came from Guyana and were staying with relatives in St Augustine, worked at a construction site mere metres away from their home. It was while working at the same site, that armed assailants snatched Sookoo and Dubay around 6 pm on Saturday.
Police said three men in a heavily tinted car pulled up at the site, bundled the Guyanese nationals into the vehicle and drove off.
As police officers broke the news to relatives, loud wails shattered the serenity of the afternoon.
Up to late yesterday, police were exploring several leads, including that the killings may have been drug-related.
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