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Screen_Shot_2017-06-27_at_8.24.41_PMThe Orange Walk Police Department has issued a wanted poster for the man who they believe murdered ninety year old Pedro Pol approximately two weeks ago in the village of August Pine Ridge. He is twenty six year old Amin Ricardo Cho, a resident of Guinea Grass Village. Cho is of Hispanic descent, measures about five feet five inches in height, and has brown eyes and sharp nose.


Viewers may recall that on Thursday June 15th, two Hispanic male individuals reportedly Cho and a minor entered into Pol’s grocery store with the intention of robbing him. But the robbery turned into murder after the ninety year old was tied up, stabbed, severely beaten and was left for dead while the perpetrators made good their escape in the possession of a meager thirty nine dollars. While Pol was transported to the NRH for treatment he later succumbed to his injuries.


As for the minor who was initially detained for questioning into Pol’s murder, we understand he was released and cops are now awaiting directive from the Director of Public Prosecutions for their next move. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Cho is asked to contact the Orange Walk Police Station at phone number 322-2022, 991 or the nearest police station.

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