Home News No arrests made for murder of Kuru Kururu pensioner
As Police continue their investigations into the death of 66-year-old Terence Alstrom of Track B Kuru Kururu, Linden-Soesdyke Highway, who was found dead in his yard, no arrests were made.
The elderly man was found on Friday with a chop to his head and bruises about his body.
It has been two days since the man’s lifeless body was found, and Police stated that they were still clueless as to what led to his demise.
Regional Police Commander Kurleigh Simon told Guyana Times on Sunday that ranks were not able to attain any new information about the murder, but they were making further enquiries as to what might have led to the man’s death.
Alstrom’s body was discovered around 22:30h on the day in question.
The man’s children told Police that he lived alone at his farmhouse, which is about two miles in the Kuru Kururu backdam. They said they last heard from him on Thursday morning.
At the time of the discovery, the man’s house had not been ransacked, but his cellular phone was missing.
His body remains at the Lyken Funeral Home awaiting an autopsy. Investigations are ongoing.