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LENNON SUBAR left the morgue of the Forensic Science Centre a broken man. Having just positively identified the body of his 13-year-old son who lay on a steel table with his neck slashed open, Subar leaned on the walls of the Centre and wiped away tear…

LENNON SUBAR left the morgue of the Forensic Science Centre a broken man. Having just positively identified the body of his 13-year-old son who lay on a steel table with his neck slashed open, Subar leaned on the walls of the Centre and wiped away tears from his eyes.

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PUFF N’ STUFF OWNER FREED

PUFF n’ Stuff bakery owner Gregory Laing was back home with relieved relatives last night after he was dropped off at the side of the Beetham Highway yesterday at 5 pm. Laing was snatched outside his bakery in San Fernando at 3 am. A $270,000 ransom was paid in two […]