The investigation into the Drugs Sou Sou (DSS) scandal is likely to start soon, now that two of the foreign investigators enlisted to help have arrived.
A GML report, quoting Communications Officer at the TT Police Service, Francis Joseph, said that two senior officers of the Royal Barbados Police Force arrived in this country yesterday to commence work on the investigation.
The Prime Minister recently stated that this country would be enlisting the help of foreign investigators to probe the DSS case, where $22 million in cash was seized from the administrators at a house in La Horquetta last month and then returned by some officers of the TTPS.
The two Barbadian officers – one an inspector, the other a superintendent, are said to have arrived in this country just around 3 pm Tuesday.
The two are expected to meet with local officials today.
There is no word on how long the two officers will be in this country or when the British investigators will arrive in this country.