By Leroy Smith
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force and several businessmen across Guyana are seeking the assistance of the public in locating Daniel Ali, a Trinidadian National, who has been in Guyana for some time now, allegedly robbing car rental dealers.
iNews was reliably informed that the man has been renting cars from car rental dealers and selling them to other persons. The man has been producing his passport as proof of identification while stating that he lives at lot 26 Stanley Town, New Amsterdam.
iNews was informed that the Police have been able to recover three of the cars the man sold after renting them.
iNews then contacted a known car rental dealer who was unaware of the man’s scam. The businessman related that it was only two days ago that he rented the man a car and the man failed to return the car on Friday at the scheduled time.
When contact was made with Ali, he reportedly told the businessman that he was out of town and would not be able to pay for the extension of days for the use of the vehicle.
However, this morning, Ali returned the car and threw the keys in the yard before fleeing in a Raum.
Investigators are convinced that the man is now aware that the police are onto him and he is now trying to leave the country. Immigration has already flagged his name at all legal ports of entry and exit as the search for him continues.
Persons with information are asked to contact the police on telephone numbers 227-1152, 225-6411, 226-0869, 227-2272, 911 or the nearest police station.