The team of detectives that is probing the brutal murders of two gold dealers in Bartica was up to last night still to find any clues leading to killers, or the millions in gold and cash that they stole.
Government Pathologist Dr. Nehaul Singh yesterday performed the post mortem examinations on the remains of 50-year-old Ramdeo Deonarine, called Prakash of Ruby, East Bank Essequibo and Jainarine Ragubhir called ‘Jai’ of Fairfield, Essequibo Coast. It was revealed that the men died as a result of shock and haemorrhage due to incise wounds to the throat.
According to a close business associate of both men, in excess of $100M in gold diamonds, and cash were missing from the house in which the men were slain.
The bloodied remains of Ragubhir and Deonarine were found in a house at Second Avenue, Bartica in which they transacted business.
Both men were found with their throats slit, heads wrapped in sheets, and limbs bound. Their firearms were also missing.
A source who sometimes transacted business with the men said that the building appeared to have surveillance cameras and monitors inside the house, since the businessmen would know when customers were approaching the gate.
However, Kaieteur News understands that the cameras have disappeared.
Bartica was rife with speculation as to the identity of the killers and how they managed to escape unobserved.
The two businessmen were last seen alive earlier Saturday night consuming alcohol with a business associate, Rick Jainarine. It was customary that the men would stay at Jainarine’s house when visiting Bartica to do business.
Jainarine Ragubhir”s body is expected to be cremated later today.
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