[www.inewsguyana.com] – As investigations continue into the murder of the Crabwood Creek man, who was found dead in his home, police have taken two persons into custody and are looking for three others to assist with investigations.
A post mortem examination revealed that 36 – year – old Shameer Ally, also known as ‘Kazac’ of Grant 1805, died from shock and hemorrhage, laceration to the lung and multiple internal injuries due to a gunshot wound. The autopsy was performed at the Skeldon Hospital on Monday, October 26.
The man was discovered dead in his home by the police, who had turned up to arrest him, following a report of damage to property. He was found with a suspected gunshot wound to his head on Saturday night, October 24.
iNews had reported that prior to Ally’s death, he had a dispute with several persons and then went home, while the persons involved reported the matter to the police.
He was accused of damaging a neighbour’s window panes after being involved in an argument at the said house.
When the police arrived at his home, they found the man lying in a pool of blood. iNews understands that neighbours do not recall hearing any noise or commotion coming from the house since there was a Barbeque in the area.
Investigators are working on several theories to crack the case, including the misunderstanding Ally had earlier in the night. Other reports indicat that Ally was a part of a triangular love affair in which he and the husband were involved in a dispute.
Ally, who is well known to the police for numerous brushes with the law, is a father of one and leaves to mourn his siblings.