San Juan Business Association calls on CoP to use all resources and find abducted businesswoman

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San Juan Business Association calls on CoP to use all resources and find abducted businesswoman

The San Juan Business Association (SJBA) has expressed disgust regarding the abduction of El Socorro businesswoman Aneesha Narine-Boodhoo.

SJBA President Ibrahim Ali said, “We are deeply concerned that one of our business associates … a woman, has been kidnapped in front of her business place.

“We are asking the authorities to do whatever it takes to have this woman returned to her family safely. We understand the plight of the TTPS in obtaining search warrants at this time, particularly because of the latest piece of legislation that requires the police to apply to a master of the court in order to obtain search warrants.”

Ali added, “The level of criminal activities has reached such proportions that every citizen feels unsafe. The shooting at the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway and now this.

“We feel the hurt and discomfort that this family is going through at this time. We ask that the Commissioner employ her best resources to solve this situation as quickly as possible.”