Avocado farmer killed, shotgun stolen in Wallerfield

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AN 80-year-old avocado farmer was killed minutes after checking on his crops near his Wallerfield home on Sunday night.

Police said Winston Kallian told relatives he was going to check on his crops and took his licensed Winchester 16-gauge shotgun but did not return home.

After realising that he hadn’t returned home, relatives went in search of him and found his body with his hands tied and a green t-shirt tied around his neck. Kallian’s shotgun was missing.

Relatives called the police and members of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations along with a district medical officer went to the area where they declared Kallian dead at the scene. Police suspect Kallian was killed in a botched robbery. An autopsy is expected to be performed at the Forensic Science Centre today.

 

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Avocado farmer killed, shotgun stolen in Wallerfield

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AN 80-year-old avocado farmer was killed minutes after checking on his crops near his Wallerfield home on Sunday night.

Police said Winston Kallian told relatives he was going to check on his crops and took his licensed Winchester 16-gauge shotgun but did not return home.

After realising that he hadn’t returned home, relatives went in search of him and found his body with his hands tied and a green t-shirt tied around his neck. Kallian’s shotgun was missing.

Relatives called the police and members of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations along with a district medical officer went to the area where they declared Kallian dead at the scene. Police suspect Kallian was killed in a botched robbery. An autopsy is expected to be performed at the Forensic Science Centre today.

 

The post Avocado farmer killed, shotgun stolen in Wallerfield appeared first on Trinidad and Tobago Newsday.

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The Ministry of Education announced the reopening dates of the upcoming school year on Monday. The release said the first term, which will last 15 weeks, will begin on September 1 and end December 11. Term two will run from January 4 to March 26 and term three will run […]

Avocado farmer killed, shotgun stolen in Wallerfield

admin

AN 80-year-old avocado farmer was killed minutes after checking on his crops near his Wallerfield home on Sunday night.

Police said Winston Kallian told relatives he was going to check on his crops and took his licensed Winchester 16-gauge shotgun but did not return home.

After realising that he hadn’t returned home, relatives went in search of him and found his body with his hands tied and a green t-shirt tied around his neck. Kallian’s shotgun was missing.

Relatives called the police and members of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations along with a district medical officer went to the area where they declared Kallian dead at the scene. Police suspect Kallian was killed in a botched robbery. An autopsy is expected to be performed at the Forensic Science Centre today.

 

The post Avocado farmer killed, shotgun stolen in Wallerfield appeared first on Trinidad and Tobago Newsday.

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The Ministry of Education announced the reopening dates of the upcoming school year on Monday. The release said the first term, which will last 15 weeks, will begin on September 1 and end December 11. Term two will run from January 4 to March 26 and term three will run […]