The Guyana Police Force has issued wanted bulletins for Staymon George and Aaron Wilfred Hing for questioning in relation to the disappearance of British Citizen, Dominic Bernard.
The Police Force is urging anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Staymon George and Aaron Wilfred Hing to contact the police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 333-2191, 333-2151, 226-1326, 225-7625, 911, or the nearest police station.
It assured that all information will be treated with strict confidence.
Particulars of the wanted men are as follows: Staymon George is of African ethnic origin. His date of birth is given as 1992/04/19 while his last known address is listed as 19 Charles Street, Charlestown/Kildonan Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
Aaron Wilfred Hing is of mixed race. His date of birth was given as 1993/09/03 while his last known address is Lot 19 Kildonan Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
Meanwhile, Police are yet to confirm whether the decomposed body found in a shallow grave aback Alness Village in Corentyne, Berbice this afternoon is that of the British teenager, 18-year old Dominic Bernard, who has been missing for a few months now, ever since his arrival here from the United Kingdom in October last year.
Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum confirmed that a badly decomposed body was found a few villages away from where the teen was expected to stay during his visit in Guyana.
However, up to that time he could not confirm whether the remains are that of the teen that went missing in October, 2015.
On the other hand, INews understands that several pieces of clothing and other items were found in close proximity to the body. The police are continuing their investigations.
The father of the missing British teen Andrew Bernard met with reporters in Georgetown a few days ago during which he made an emotional appeal to anyone who might have any information about his missing son to come forward and report to him or the nearest police station.
“I am holding this press conference because my wife and I need your help in locating Dominic. My son Dominic Bernard is a British citizen. He is 18 years’ old and is missing. Any bit of information, however small, will be helpful,” he pleaded.
Giving details about Dominic’s flight from London to Guyana on October 14, 2015, Andrew said his son arrived at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri at 21:50 hrs (9:50 pm) and has not been heard from since.
“My son flew on BW 903, leaving London Gatwick on 10/14 at 12:50 pm, arriving POS at 5:30 pm on the same day. He then boarded BW 483 from POS to GT at 8:40 pm arriving at Timehri at 9:50 pm,” he told reporters.
Andrew said he is aware his son cleared customs, but there has been a lack of information after that.
I urge the Police to find whosoever is responsible for the disappearance (or death if the decomposed body is his) of Dominic and bring them to Justice.