Mar 24, 2017 News
Trinidad (Newsday) -The decomposing body of a 51-year-old man was discovered
Wednesday at his home in Macoya.
Seekumar Dalchan was found with his hands bound by a friend yesterday at 9 am. He was last seen alive on Sunday by close friends. But when people tried to reach him by phone, they got no answer. On Monday when friends passed in front his house, they noticed one of his cars, a grey Nissan AD Wagon, was missing.
A worried friend yesterday went to his house to pay him a visit only to make the discovery.
Dalchan, police said, was found in one of the bedrooms of his house, face down in a pool of blood, with his hands and feet tied.
Close friends told Newsday that Dalchan was originally from Guyana and lived in this country for more than 25 years.
The victim was described as a friendly, humble man who was a devout Hindu. Police are working on the theory that Dalchan may have been killed during a robbery.
Newsday understands that in addition to the missing car, two television sets were also stolen.
Police are hoping that video footage recorded via CCTV camera at Dalchan’s house could assist them in making a breakthrough in the case. The body was later removed to the Forensic Science Centre in St James for autopsy.
The murder toll now stands at 108 for the year so far. No arrest has been made and investigations are continuing.
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