TT reports murder of man from Diego Martin region

A man from the Diego Martin region of Trinidad and Tobago was found dead on Thursday night, February 18, 2022, at the road.

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TT reports murder of man from Diego Martin region

A man from the Diego Martin region of Trinidad and Tobago (TT) was found dead on Thursday night, February 18, 2022, at the road. The body was spotted by the police officers of the Four Roads Police Station in the region.

Police officials of Four Roads Police Station of Trinidad and Tobago (TT) have informed that the man whose dead body has been found was murdered by the unidentified assailant on Thursday night.

The dead man was found by the police officials, who have been unidentified as the Shaquille Charles and at the arrival of the police, they have found the body dead around the particular region. The man was unidentified as Shaquille Charles, and he was a 27-year old man who resided at Gilkes Street, Four Road Diego Martin.

Further, officials of police authorities have been found the body of the man from the region Diego Martin at around 7:10 pm on Thursday night when the police officials were patrolling across the region. The police officials have taken reports from the nearby residents as they told them at around 7: 10 pm, they have heard the sound of the loud explosions along the Diego Martin Main Road.

The man’s body was found near the corner of Golda Meir Gardens, as per the report of Police officials of Trinidad and Tobago.

As per the reports of the police official of Trinidad and Tobago (TT), further investigation is going on the matter, and many details have not yet been revealed by the police authorities. Moreover, they asserted that they had not found any particular method behind the killing of the man from Trinidad and Tobago.

According to the reports, in 2021, the rate of homicide in Trinidad and Tobago (TT) stood at around 32 homicide victims per 100,000 population, and the rate of murder has been worsened by 4.2 points as compared to the year-earlier when 28.2 homicides were reported per 100,000 inhabitants.