Central Division police are investigating a report that a 17 year old boy was abducted in Enterprise, Chaguanas, on Friday night.

The teenager reported that he fought off the men, jumped out of the car and begged for help to call his mother.

Police said the teen was walking to a savannah near his home when a black Nissan Tiida car stopped alongside him at around 7.30pm.

He was dragged inside the vehicle.

The teenager said he fought off the men and jumped out of the moving vehicle along Ragoonanan Road, Cunupia.

He told police that he ran to a nearby house pleading for help but was chased away.

He was later approached by a woman who contacted his mother.

The teen was taken to the Chaguanas Police Station where a report was filed.

Police said he suffered minor cuts and bruises in the ordeal.


Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has written to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for a gift of Covid-19 vaccines for Trinidad and Tobago.

By letter dated February 23, 2021, the former prime minister told Modi that over the last two weeks the Opposition has been reaching out to the Keith Rowley-led Government to request a donation of vaccines from India.

SEAMEN and Waterfront Workers Trade Union president general Michael Annisette said he would not comment on a call by Public Services Association president Watson Duke for public service workers to stay home tomorrow, but called on the public to ask why were there so many problems within Government entities.