Dec 31, 2012 News Comments Off on GEA employee’s disappearance linked to fuel smugglers?
A week has now passed and police have still found no trace of 25-year-old Guyana Energy Agency employee LeVoy Taljit.
Police sources yesterday said that they are still continuing to search for Taljit in the densely forested areas on the Linden/Soesdyke Highway.
Investigators appear to be following two theories relating to the man’s fate. One suggestion is that he was abducted and might still be alive. Some sources also suggested that his disappearance may be linked to persons dealing in fuel smuggling.
Taljit’s Toyota Raum was found on Friday midday in a trail at Yarrowkabra, about a mile off the Soesdyke/ Linden Highway. Kaieteur News understands that residents in the area noticed the vehicle, PNN 8315, and called the police.
This newspaper was told that only the battery and some of the electronic appliances, as well as the keys were missing. An official said that Crime Scene ranks found no trace of blood on the vehicle or other evidence suggesting foul play.
Investigators believe that the vehicle was taken to the location around Tuesday, since they found no sign of fresh footprints at the scene.
On Wednesday, a search party was also organized by relatives and friends of Taljit, but they also turned up empty-handed. Kaieteur News understands that investigators have received information that someone used Taljit’s mobile phone on Thursday.
Taljit, who is of Amerindian and East Indian descent, was reported missing last week Sunday.
This newspaper understands that he was last seen wearing a burgundy-coloured Tee shirt and faded blue jeans. He was driving a Toyota Raum, PNN 8315. Family and friends have not heard from him since then and say that it is unlike him to not be in contact with them.
His sister, Anastasia, had told Kaieteur News that her brother had recently started working with the GEA.
According to the woman, Taljit was previously employed in the enforcement department of the Guyana Revenue Authority for several years.
Persons with information are asked to make contact with 226-0433, 226-7336, 666-4012 or the nearest police station.
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