POLICE were last night continuing their investigations into Wednesday's shooting death of Panalal "Don" Boodram, the brother of executed murderer Nankissoon "Dole Chadee" Boodram.
Investigators said they had not detained anyone as yet in connection with the murder but were working on several leads.
An autopsy was performed yesterday on Boodram's body at the Forensic Science Centre, Federation Park, by pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov.
The autopsy concluded that Boodram, 56, died as a result of injuries sustained from multiple gunshot wounds, said investigators.
Boodram's family yesterday declined to speak to the media about his death. The date of his funeral was also not released.
Around 5.30 p.m., Boodram, a fisherman, was shot dead in Co-operative Street, Spring Village, Valsayn, as he stood outside Dolly's Bar drinking and chatting with patrons.
A dark blue B13 motorcar reportedly pulled up alongside him before a gunman jumped out of the vehicle and opened fire, killing Boodram on the spot.
Boodram is not the only brother of Dole Chadee to be murdered.
On December 20, 1997, Thackoor Boodram was kidnapped. Ten days later, police received an anonymous tip and found his severed head in a box at the Caroni Cremation site. An autopsy concluded he was shot three times to the head.
In June 1999, Dole Chadee and eight others were hanged by the State after they were found guilty of murdering four members of the Baboolal family in January 1994.