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Yona murder is latest to go unsolved by GPD

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Still no arrests or information being released from the Guam Police Department involving the murder of Vince Peredo found dead inside his Yona home Monday. Police are being tight lipped not releasing any details so as not to compromise their investigation. They are continuing to ask the public if they have any information to please contact the Criminal Investigation Division or Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

In terms of just how many homicides the Guam Police Department for which has been able to actually make an arrest, here's a list of homicides over the last couple years - all of which remain unsolved.  Last month the body of Apriwo Orando was found dead inside the R&K Building in Harmon, with still no arrests made.

Prior to that in July 2009, 66-year-old Julia Vales was found murdered inside her Liguan Terrace home, again no arrests have been made.  And finally in November 2008 44-year-old Robby Wills was found murdered outside a home in the village of Agat.  No arrests.

All these murders remain unsolved. 

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