The trio – Amirullah Kuturatullah also called ‘Iron Roller’, 46 years of Lot 23 No. 2 Settlement Blairmont, West Bank Berbice, Anil Dayaram, 25 years of No. 2 settlement Blairmont, W.B.B and Kenneth Garraway of Lot 30 Charity, Essequibo Coast – who appeared in the Georgetown Magistrate’s court on Wednesday (November 13) before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry were not required to plead to the charge that said on November 10 they stole 96 ounces of gold valued $22 million and $71million.
The three accused are said to have been recruited to transport the stolen items. According to reports they collected the stolen gold and cash and traveled by boat to Charity area before heading to Berbice where the items were recovered.
The stolen items which totaled $93 million was said to be the property of Tamesh Jagmohan.
Police Prosecutor Glenn Hanoman made a request for the matter to remain indictable at this stage. Despite several pleas from the Attorneys representing the men bail was refused and the accused were remanded to prison, until November 22.
Three Police Officers were said to be among seven persons arrested in connection with the multimillion dollar robbery committed on the El Dorado Gold Trading Company, on November 8. The mastermind, who is an employee of the company and the three officers are yet to be charged.