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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A police officer was found dead near a primary school this afternoon, shortly after he called his wife and said he loved her.
Constable Brendon Mohammed, a fingerprint expert working with the Criminal Records Office in Port of Spain, was found shot in the head.
A gun was found near his body.
A farmer walking along Robert Trace, Warrenville found the body around 12.30 p.m.
There was a single gunshot wound to the head.
The body was clad in the clothing that Mohammed was seen wearing when he left home to attend court – purple shirt, black dress pants and dress shoes.
Mohammed lived at El Carmen Road, St. Helena.
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