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Gov't $2.5M Reward
Posted: Monday, May 5, 2014

Speculations continue in the aftermath of the killing of Attorney, Journalist and Law Lecturer Ms Dana Seetahal as a stunned nation continues to reel from the shock of her death.

Police reports now show that the weapon, which would have used the caliber of ammunition shells found on the scene, is used mostly by military personnel.

CCTV camera footage is being scoured at this time but it is being reported that the Wingroad vehicle used in the killing may have been fortified with bags of cement to prevent it from moving should she have attempted to ram the vehicle after it blocked her access.

After an emergency meeting held by the National Security Council, the nation has been elevated to an amber alert. The Prime Minister has offered a reward of 2.5 million dollars to anyone who can offer information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of the persons responsible. This is in addition to CrimeStoppers' $1 million reward.

Police are already following leads and it is reported that one of the suspects in her killing is on the run after being tipped off by a police officer that he is wanted for questioning.

Tributes and condolences continue to pour in as funeral arrangements are being made for Ms Dana Seetahal.

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