TRINIDAD: Son of former police commissioner murdered

Nizam Mohammed, the son of a former police commissioner, was shot and killed Monday at his home in D’Abadie, east of Port-of-Spain.

Police said that Mohammed, the son of Noor Kenny Mohammed, who served as police commissioner from 1996 to 1998, was killed during an armed invasion at his home.

The police said that the victim’s firearms and other items were stolen from the house.

Police also said that Nizam Mohammed, an engineer, and his wife, were robbed last week.

So far this year, 170 have been murdered in Trinidad. (CMC)

2 Responses to TRINIDAD: Son of former police commissioner murdered

  1. Ricci Khan May 1, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    This and other situations in Trinidad are so sad. I cannot believe that this Country where I used to walk about by myself at all hours before I moved away has gotten so dangerous. Please, Dr Prime Minister and Police Officials….please make Trinidad safe again.

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  2. carol November 17, 2017 at 8:16 pm

    It has been 6 months and no more updates from police. Funny , murder ,you bring no dogs , no finger prints, and it seem like a cold case . If you investigate the similar situation on his father’s case you may come up with clues. Go to the house of deceased Noor Kenny Mohammed and question the so called owners of house. The same situation happened a second time. This time they murdered him. Dr. Rowley if you were in this situation you want answers, we the people of one of the most peaceful, rich islands can’t return for fear of being killed. DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE CRIME, AND CORRUPTION. THAT’S WHY THEY ELECTED YOU! NOTHING IS BRING DONE. FiX THE EMPTY PROMISES MADE BY YOU AND YOUR SO CALL GOVERNMENT ! Maybe other countries may have to step in. You are in no way fit to run the country. Just like all the others! When it reached home then you know how it feels.

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