A young Albouystown resident was gunned down in his car shortly before midnight yesterday.
Charles Caesar, also called Charles Percival David of Garnett Street, Albouystown, was found slumped in his white Toyota, PKK 6385, in Perry Street, Tucville, at around 23:30 hrs.
He was reportedly found by residents who had heard gunshots in the area.
Police said that the victim, who is in his twenties, bore suspected bullet wounds.
He was taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation where doctors pronounced him dead.
Caesar’s body was positively identified shortly after midnight by a sister and two friends.
At press time today, police were still trying to ascertain the motive for the shooting.
He was the third person to be slain in two days.
On Saturday, Nandalall William, called Poodle, 52, died at the West Demerara Regional Hospital, hours after he was beaten with a piece of wood by his 24-year-old stepson.
And Suresh Bhola was knifed to death outside a popular bar in the village of Strathspey early yesterday morning.
Fifteen people have now been slain this month.
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