Guyana asks Interpol to help with gold heist, Curacao not coopera
Guyana asks Interpol to help with gold heist, Curacao not cooperating
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) is continuing to seek help from Interpol to obtain evidence from those implicated in the stealing of US$11.5 million worth of gold bars from a Guyanese-registered cargo vessel that had docked at the Dutch Caribbean island.
Guyana is primarily interested in determining whether the gold was smuggled from here and who were the smugglers.
A senior police officer confirmed to Demerara Waves Online News (www.demwaves.com) on Sunday that Interpol has already dispatched some material and requested some additional information from Guyanese police.
“We have gone through Interpol for the assistance there and they sent back something and we had to respond to them,” the official added.
The France-headquartered Interpol, among other functions, facilitates international police cooperation even where diplomatic relations do not exist between particular countries.
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