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Police search GHURA offices in Sinajana

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Members of the Guam Police Department's Government Corruption Task Force executed a search warrant at the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority's offices in Sinajana today.  Agents would not disclose what they were looking for, but did confirm it's connected with a search warrant that was executed several weeks ago.

When asked if he could confirm if the search was s related to the search warrant you executed at the University of Guam," GPD's John Mantanona told KUAM News, "That's correct it's still an ongoing investigation," adding that they were looking for, "just documents", and refusing to comment further on the matter.

Additional details are not being released pending further investigation by the task force.  Meanwhile, GHURA director Benny Pinaula confirms the agency is fully cooperating with authorities but he could not disclose any other details about the documents requested by police today saying it is a personnel matter.

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