TTPS says no round the clock protection for chopping victim after she leaves hospital

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TTPS says no round the clock protection for chopping victim after she leaves hospital

Public Information Officer ASP Sheridan Hill says that while the police can provide protection to persons at the public health institutions they can’t provide the same service when they leave.

He was at the tie commenting on the case involving 21-year-old Taylor Benson.

Police responded to the Sangre Grande Hospital on Tuesday following reports that the man being hunted after Benson was seriously injured and her mother Tricia Badaloo was killed was spotted outside the hospital where she’s warded.

Both women were victims a violent cutlass attack.

Since the attack, police have been searching for the suspect, whose last known address was Coalmine, Sangre Grande. The manhunt included interrogating one of the man’s relatives but his whereabouts remain unknown.

He said certain recommendations would be made to someone in such a situation to ensure their security.

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