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Zephaniah Harripaul missing for a month – Trinidad & Tobago

Tomorrow marks a month since 33-year-old Zephaniah Harripaul went missing.

Yesterday, the police continued their search for Harripaul, this time in the waters off Chaguaramas.

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Police sources said this was not the first time such an operation was carried out and they were following certain leads with the aim of finding the missing man.

Last weekend, searches continued in forested areas near where Harripaul was last seen.

Harripaul, a supervisor at Tucker Energy Services in Chaguaramas, was snatched from his place of work around 2 a.m. on February 17.

He was outside working when two men visited the building. They told security guards they were there “to pick up a man” who worked at the location. Harripaul went to his office to retrieve a flashlight, and that was when he was snatched and bundled into a vehicle which then sped off. He has not been heard from since.

There have been many kidnappings in Trinidad & Tobago so far this year. In January we reported that Devon “Channas” London, 23, and Ryan Ramoutarsingh, 24, were both charged yesterday with two counts of kidnapping for ransom contrary to Section 3 (1) of the Kidnapping Act, Chapter 11:26.

The charges were laid by PC Charles of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit.

They are both expected to appear before an Arima Magistrate today.

On January 8, the couple left their St Helena home and headed to their farm at 3B’s Drive in Piarco, in their silver Ford Focus.

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Shortly afterwards, relatives received a call that they had been kidnapped, and the caller demanded a $2 million ransom for their release.

Read the full story here: St Helena kidnappers charged in plot straight outta Hollywood

Snatched at work: Harripaul missing for a month  Trinidad & Tobago Express Newspapers

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