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Witnesses fail to identify cop
Witnesses assisting with the probe into Daniel Guerra’s death have failed to identify a police officer, as the person seen with the eight year-old hours before he disappeared in February. The officer had been among 60 people questioned after Daniel was found dead in a river in Tarouba. The lawman, who had maintained his innocence since the investigation began, was placed on two separate identification parades at the San Fernando Police Station on Friday but was not identified by the two witnesses as the person seen with Daniel shortly before he went missing.
The officer, however, is continuing to assist the police with their investigations, a senior lawman said. Saturday marked 50 days since Daniel died. His relatives declined comment yesterday. A police spokesman said the file on the boy’s death would be submitted to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard.
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