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Defence Force vows to help catch killers

By Jensen LaVende

Story Created: Jun 22, 2012 at 11:57 PM ECT

Story Updated: Jun 22, 2012 at 11:57 PM ECT

ONE day after the body of murdered soldier Nigel Sinaswee was found, the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force has given the assurance that the Police Service has their full support to bring the killers to justice.

In a telephone interview with the Express yesterday communications officer of the Defence Force Cpt Al Alexander said that the Defence Force will be working alongside the police.

All that can be done will be. We will be working alongside the police to get the job done to bring to justice these criminals. The Defence Force are supporting police in their search for the perpetrators, Alexander said.

Alexander added that he will not be able to say what the plan or strategy is to capture the suspects. He added that Sinaswee’s death is not an easy thing to experience and though it has affected the officers they will still serve the public and will put their best foot forward where the fight against crime is concerned.

Sinaswee, 40, of Roystonia, Couva, was discovered with a single gunshot wound to the back of the head around 4 p.m. on Thursday, police said.

Police say that a resident of Pelican Extension, Morvant was walking along Green Acres, Pelican Extension when he observed Sinaswee’s body.

Sinaswee was attached to the Defence Force Headquarters, Chaguaramas and had been a member of the Regiment for 17 years, seven months and 10 days, according to the regiment records.

According to police reports around 11.30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sinaswee, a former 800 metres runner, was snatched by armed men.

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Sinaswee, was in the company of his wife, Christina Legendre, 44, a self employed contractor, in their black Mazda Familia wagon proceeding north along Connector Road Chaguanas when their vehicle was blocked by two vehicles – a blue Nissan B12 Sentra, and a black Mazda.

A police report said three men alighted from the vehicles – one of them a man with a rasta hairstyle who carried a gun.

The three suspects held Sinaswee at gunpoint and bundled the soldier in the Nissan Sentra. Police were told both vehicles drove off in a northerly direction along Connector Road, Chaguanas. An All-Points Bulletin was issued by police and various police units made checks for the vehicles and victim without success.

During the telephone interview yesterday Alexander described Sinaswee as a jovial fellow who as far as knew was not involved in anything underhanded.

Alexander added that as far as he knew Sinaswee was not a father and expressed his condolences to the family and friends of his slain comrade.

The Anti-Kidnapping Unit has recorded statements and is continuing investigations.

Police investigators are working on a motive that the abduction is linked to a dispute over a house.

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