Crime of the Week

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

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The Murder of a Loving Grandmother Meena Panchoo

Last Wednesday 10th April at about 10am Boysie Panchoo 65, left his Marabella home to do daily chores. He locked the steel garage door behind him, and left his wife Meena Panchoo 61,  inside preparing the midday meal.

When he returned about an hour later he found the steel gate opened and Meena,  his wife of 38 years strangled on the kitchen floor. Several areas of the house were ransacked. The couple had celebrated their wedding anniversary just two days before.

Meena Panchoo was a mother of one and a loving grandmother of three.  She and her husband had planned to take their first vacation together overseas in July of this year and had already bought airline tickets.

Meena Panchoo operated a plant shop at her home for many years and customers normally came from across the country   to purchase her plants. The family therefore remains in a state of shock at this murder.

Have you overheard anyone speaking about this murder?

Do you have any information that can help the police arrest persons responsible for this murder?

Did you see someone coming from the Panchoo’s home between 10am and 11am on Wednesday 10th April?

By saying what you know you can become an Anonymous Crime Reporter, help solve this crime and prevent another  such crime from occurring.

Call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 800-8477 or send a tip online at www.crimestopperstt.com

 

 

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Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Over the last week Crime Stoppers has been working with The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago to locate several persons who may have been able to assist the police with investigations into a recent spate of fraudulent ATM transactions. Images of six such persons were placed in the newspapers, on Facebook and on the Crime Stoppers website. Through anonymous tips provided to Crime Stoppers, the police were able to locate some of these persons who continue to assist law enforcement with their investigations.

This reinforces the confidence of Crime Stoppers that members of the community are the ones who possess the intelligence that can assist the police with many investigations.

Crime Stoppers thanks the members of the public for partnering with us in this way and encourage you to continue to share what you know.

As always, all information shared remains confidential and the anonymity of all callers and online tipsters is guaranteed.

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