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Wrong man arrested
A man resembling Ronald Bissoo, who police are searching for in connection with a report of an acid attack was arrested and later released by Arima police officers yesterday. The man was released shortly after 4 pm after his identity was confirmed.
Police believe Bissoo, 40, can help them solve the case where acid was thrown on Rachael Chadee, a mother of three, of La Romaine.
Chadee, 35 remains warded at San Fernando General Hospital under police guard after she was slashed across her face, doused with acid and forced to drink it by a man who invaded her La Romaine home on February 22. Chadee remains in a critical but stable condition and is unable to eat, drink or speak since her throat was severely damaged by the acid.
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