Woolmer murder case: 80 people seen on CCTV to be identified

Thursday, May 3, 2007

JAMAICA: Jamaican police said that it was investigating about the 80 persons, who were seen on close circuit television. They were supposed to have met with Bob Woolmer on that tragic night when he was reportedly murdred.

Deputy Commissioner Police Mark Schields told a foreign news agency that some 80 persons were seen on CCTV coming to meet Woolmer in the Pegasus Hotel in Jamaica.

Investigations are being carried out for identifying dozens of them.

Mark Schields did not tell that how many of them have so far been identified.

He said that the police is considering the possibilities that if there was any religious tussle in the team behind the murder. However, he said that their investigations were not focusing this point.

Next week, Mark Schields will discuss the issue with toxicology experts in Britain and later proceed to Sout Africa for interviewing Gill Woolmer.

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