Wanted Bulletin issued for Businessman who allegedly ordered Carpenter’s murder
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) on Wednesday issued a wanted bulletin for Marcus Brian Bisram; a Berbice businessman wanted in connection with the murder of a 26-year-old carpenter.
Bisram of Lot 115 Section ‘A’ Number 70 Village Corentyne, Berbice and somewhere in the United States is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of Fayez Narinedat which occurred on November 01, 2016, at Number 70 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
On Tuesday, Four Berbicians were remanded to prison when they appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court for the murder of Narinedatt and the dumping of his body on the #70 Public Road. During last week, two of the accused confessed to law enforcement that they were ordered by an overseas based Guyanese businessman to kill Narinedat who had choked and slapped the businessman after he had made sexual advances towards him.
Among those charged are 39-year-old RadeshMootie of lot 124 #74 village, Berbice, 18-year-old Deodatt Dott of Lot 98 #71 Village, Corentyne Berbice, 49-year-old Harripaul Parsram of Lot 164 #71 Village, Corentyne Berbice and 37-year-old Nirone Yacoob of Lot 65 #67 Village, Corentyne Berbice.
Additionally, two females; the mother and daughter of the alleged mastermind, were today also remanded to prison for subsequently offering bribes to police ranks to “duck the case”. Magistrate Ann McLennon remanded 25-year-old Mary Anne Lionel and 45-year-old Shinella Indarally for deliberately attempting to obstruct the course of justice. Both reside at Lot 171 Section B No. 71 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
The two are accused of offering a police corporal four million Guyana Dollars cash to release four men who were detained for murder and to forfeit efforts to apprehend Marcus Bisram, their relative, who allegedly paid the men to carry out the act.
Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Marcus Brian Bisram is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 333-2191, 333-2151-3, 225-2227, 225-0575, 911 or the nearest police station.
It was noted that all information will be treated with the strictest confidence.