Cops closer to solving Coach’s murder

first_img– investigators “tying up loose ends” – Commander ThomasAlmost two weeks ago, the body of 28-year-old Seon Anthony Burry, also called “Cenestro”, was discovered with multiple stab wounds to the neck and throat at D’Urban Park, Georgetown, and from reports received, detectives are one step closer to arresting the real culprits.Twenty-eight-year-old Seon Anthony Burry, also called “Cenestro”This is according to Georgetown Commander, Assistant Police Commissioner Edgar Thomas, who told Guyana Times on Sunday that the police had initially arrested several persons for questioning.He explained that those individuals are no longer in Police custody, however, investigators have been able to narrow down the list and are expected to make an arrest soon.The Commander added that although there were CCTV cameras in the area, they were too far from the crime scene to capture the perpetrator(s).However, he maintained that his ranks are “very close to solving the crime” and there are “just a few ends that need to be tied” before the guilty party is apprehended.The Rural Constable (RC) was found stabbed to death on December 17.He was found at about 05:45h laying there less than two hours after he had left his Lot 194 Section A, Field 7, South Sophia, Greater Georgetown home, to train athletes.Burry was a RC attached to the Police Force Sports Club.The now dead man, who was enlisted as an RC in the Force on July 17, 2015, leaves to mourn his mother, a child, and siblings.last_img read more