An 18-year-old student of the Linden Technical Institute, is currently hospitalized at the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he was transferred from its sister facility at Linden. He was reportedly hammered in the head by a man known only as “Devil.”
The student, Samuel Joe, of Christianburg, Wismar, Linden, is reportedly stable, but is nursing a fractured skull.
Joe reportedly sustained the injuries during an altercation yesterday at Wisrock bus park.
According to the police the incident occurred around 15:30 hours yesterday. At the centre were Samuel Joe, Coel Winter and a man only known as Devil.
Joe was allegedly hit to his head with a hammer repeatedly during the altercation.
He was rushed to the Linden Hospital complex and subsequently transferred to the city.
One of the young men involved in the melee, Coel Winter, 19, is in police custody and charges are expected to be made soon.
However Devil is reportedly still at large.
The Police is seeking the public’s help in his capture..
Anyone with information that could lead to the capture and arrest of Devil is asked to contact the police station on 444-3512, 444-3297 or inspector Singh on 672-1390 or assistant Superintendent of police Roberts on 679-9735 or any police station. All information received will be treated with strict confidentiality.
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