Police in A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) are on the hunt for the prime suspect in the murder of a man known only as “Overdose”.The now deceased man was found lying on Hadfield Street, Georgetown, on Saturday, bleeding from a suspected stab wound in the stomach. He was picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he died shortly after while receiving medical attention.According to the Police, the prime suspect, who goes by the alias “Nick-Knock”, of Stevedore Housing Scheme, Georgetown is being sought. Further information relating to the stabbing incident was not provided.Meanwhile, the Guyana Police Force is seeking the assistance of family members or relatives, to come forward and identify the victim so as to allow for an autopsy to be conducted.The body is presently at Lyken’s Funeral Home.
The striker picked up 12 goals in his debut season with the American club and despite being 33-years of age, believes he still has what it takes to play in the Premier League.“If I’m being honest, I know quality wise, I can still play in the Premier League,” Rooney told CNN Sport.“I know that. I’ve always been a confident person, and so I have high expectations of myself.“And yeah, I’ve come here expecting to do well. And I think there was a surprise from people who have their opinions, which is fair enough, but I never doubted myself at all.”Rooney netted 208 goals in his 491 Premier League appearances and picked up five EPL titles and an FA Cup during his long career at Manchester Unit.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000I can still play in the Premier League, says RooneyNAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 6 – Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney believes he still possesses the skill to play in the Premier League.The Englishman left the club in 2017 for a final soiree at Everton before seeking pastures anew across the pond with DC United in the Major Soccer League.