The bag stood there for more than a week because a church member who found a passport in the same vicinity and turned it in to the East La Penitence Station was arrested on suspicion of stealing the passport.
He said that after finding the passport he tracked the owner and informed him of the find. To his surprise, the owner accused him of stealing the passport. To avoid any trouble the man went to the police station to turn in the passport, only to be arrested and detained.
A senior officer recommended that he be charged.
So it was that the handbag remained in the rain and sun. It is now at Kaieteur News, Saffon Street. It contains Fayon Jordan’s birth certificate and other documents, including her marriage certificate.
We know what she looks like so she can come to the office for her handbag without any identification.
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