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Guyana Police Force seek public assistance as firearm licences fraud investigation continues – 18th Jan 2013

shot0020The Guyana Police Force is now looking for public support in connection with an alleged fraud in the sale of firearm licences at the Police ‘A’ Division registry section, Eve Leary.

The force is asking licensed firearm holders, who would have purchased their licences during August and December last year at the Brickdam Police Registry, to report to the Police Office of Professional Responsibility, Eve Leary.

The Police Force is asking individuals and representatives of companies who have purchased their firearm licences during the period to bring along their licences in order to assist with the investigations.

The call is a result of the discovery of financial irregularities at the Registry involving the sale of firearm licences. So far only a female Lance Corporal was placed under open arrest when the alleged fraud was discovered.

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