20-Y-0 wanted for murder of Regent Street Businessman

Wanted: Kemo Tyron Evans
Wanted: Kemo Tyron Evans
Wanted: Kemo Tyron Evans

[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force has issued a wanted bulletin for 20 – year – old Kemo Tyron Evans in relation to investigations into the murder of Farouk Hamid which occurred on April 16, 2015, at 97 Colin Wood Avenue, Nandy Park East Bank Demerara.

Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Kemo Tyron Evans is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 226-1333, 225-2722, 226-9941, 911 or the nearest police station.

All information will be treated with strict confidentiality.

Name:                         Kemo Tyron Evans

Age:                           20 years

Ethnic Origin:             Negro

Last known address:   Bagotstown East Bank Demerara or Sophia

A SUSPECT who was in police custody had reportedly confessed to the brutal murder of Hamid, who owned Hamson’s General Store.

Dead: Farouk Hamid
Dead: Farouk Hamid

He had named two other accomplices. Hamid was found on the morning of April 16, 2015, in his backyard next to his dog kennel with a stab wound to his chest.

He was allegedly murdered the night before his body was discovered after he was ambushed while tending to his dogs. The body was found by his wife, who had gone to the property after many calls to his phones went unanswered.

An autopsy performed on the body found that he died as a result of a single stab wound to the chest.



  1. Well said,,without a doubt crime is going to get worse,the police force is stuck with a tray of eggs only good for the garbage, this crime wave is targeting mostly one set of people,sad to say it looks like a reflection of the crime wave of the pass. This time its the opposite, All Guyanese should take a stand against the persons Responsible for our safety and security, the same way they came out and DEMAND the resignation of Gadraj lets see the same group and the Indians who are the primary targets join together to Demand the BAD MAN RANJIT do his job,along with the COP,

  2. The crime wave in Guyana will continue and would get worse if the youths leaving school cannot find jobs. The jails will be overcrowded. I know the government cannot create jobs for everyone but it can create a climate for small investors to create jobs. Save the youths in Guyana and save Guyana


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