Probe continues into cop and passport documents

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The police have done yet another search of the home of suspended Acting Superintendent of Police, Ray John, as they continue to investigate a suspected crime involving Antigua and Barbuda passports.
The operation, which involved local lawmen and officers from St. Vincent, was conducted on Wednesday, and more items were seized from the Gunthropes property.
This week, the investigators also searched the home of a female police officer associated with Superintendent John.
The female officer, who joined the force last year, lives in John Hughes and is attached to a station outside the city.
Lawmen are said to be winding up key components of the investigation before making a decision on how to proceed. 
Meanwhile, the head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Clayton Davis, recently returned from St. Vincent as the investigations continue.
On April 13th, Acting Superintendent of Police Ray John was suspended with immediate effect as the police advanced investigations into questionable Antigua and Barbuda passport documents that were sent to St. Vincent. Fingers were pointed at John as the source of the documents.
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