Kaneville man wanted for murder

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The police have issued a wanted bulleting for Seon Ceasar also known as ‘Ratty’ in relation to the murder of Nelson Thomas, a 36-year-old miner from Kaneville, East Bank Demerara.

Back in September, it was reported that Nelson worked in Guyana’s interior but lived with his wife and mother in Kaneville. When he returned home on September 9, 2021, he told his mother that he was going to visit his uncle in 2nd street Kaneville.

A resident reported that at around 21:30

Kaneville man wanted for murder

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The police have issued a wanted bulleting for Seon Ceasar also known as ‘Ratty’ in relation to the murder of Nelson Thomas, a 36-year-old miner from Kaneville, East Bank Demerara.

Back in September, it was reported that Nelson worked in Guyana’s interior but lived with his wife and mother in Kaneville. When he returned home on September 9, 2021, he told his mother that he was going to visit his uncle in 2nd street Kaneville.

A resident reported that at around 21:30 hours, he was awakened by the voice of someone calling for him. Upon checking, he saw Nelson lying motionless to the eastern side of his yard under a shed attached to his house with what appeared to be blood about his body.

He called the police and reported the matter at Grove Police Station. The Police said then that it appeared that Nelson was returning home when his attackers attempted to rob him and stabbed him in the process.

On Tuesday, over a month later, the Police has urged that anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of 25-year-old Seon Ceasar to contact the police. All information will be treated with the strictest confidence. His last known address is also Kaneville, East Bank Demerara.

The numbers to contact are 620-1943, 225-2700, 227-0968, 226-6978, 225-8196, 216-0252, 216-0254, 911 or the nearest police station.



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