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Police have detained five suspects in the murder of businessman Christopher Aleong.Aleong was shot dead while driving his car out of the driveway of his Petit Valley home on the morning of December 2 last year.Homicide sources revealed that the suspects were held between Thursday and yesterday.One of the suspects reportedly gave a confession statement to officers, and he is expected to be used as a witness for the police.
was killed police ruled out robbery as a motive because a fully loaded Smith and Wesson gun belonging to Aleong
was left in his
car.Money and jewelry found on Aleong's body remained intact.Aleong was the owner of Kam Wah Restaurant, Mac Foods and Albrosco Ltd.
The investigation was spearheaded by Snr Supt Dyo Mohammed, head of Hom-icide
CHRISTOPHER ALEONG, 68-year-old Petit Valley businessman and brother of former BWIA CEO Conrad Aleong, was shot dead while driving his car out of the driveway of his Petit Valley home early yesterday morning.
...President of the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA) Anthony Hosang yesterday expressed his sadness over the death of businessman Christopher Aleong.
...Aleong, who was CEO of Albrosco Limited, was a member of the TTMA.
Aleong, 58, who was managing ...
Aleong, 58, who was managing director of Albrosco Ltd, opened fire and Nelson's accomplices fired several shots at Aleong.
He was hit seven times.
was alive when his
attackers left and was taken by his
family to St Clair Medical Centre
, where he
was pronounced dead on arrival.
At 6 am, businessman Christopher Aleong, 68, was shot dead by persons unknown outside his Petit Valley home gateway.Police suspect internal family wrangling.Eleven hours later, mother of four Narwatee Sundar, 48, a staunch Hindu, was found dead at her Kelly Village home with her throat slit and stab wounds to her body, by her husband.Police suspect an ex-convict of the area, who she was supposed to have given evidence against in a Chaguanas Magistrate Court in a house-breaking matter, may be responsible.
...Aleong, a father of seven, was the owner of a chain of businesses including Kam Wah Restaurant, Mac Foods and Albrosco Ltd.
The business is owned by the Aleong family.
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CONFLICTING evidence by witnesses in the enquiry into the murder of businessman Christopher Aleong yesterday compelled the defence to ask that Justice of the Peace Thomas Peters be recalled to the witness box. Rudy Nelson, along with others, is accused of killing Aleong, 58, who was the managing director of Albrosco Ltd and the brother of former BWIA CEO Conrad Aleong and Magistrate Sonia Aleong.