Yves Dambreville, a 33-year-veteran of Boston police was shot dead
Dambreville was gunned down in the nation ‘s capital of Port au Prince
Haiti’s former head of police was also wounded in the gun attack
There aren’t any leads in the case according to authorities in Haiti
A retired Boston police detective who was hailed a pioneer in the Caribbean American community was shot in Haiti by suspects who fled on motorcycles.
Yves Dambreville, 66, a 33-year-veteran of Boston authorities was brutally gunned down in the nation ‘s capital of Port au Prince on Wednesday.
Dambreville was killed in a hail of bullets leaving his family and friends devastated over his grisly murder.
The former head of police in Haiti was also left wounded in the attack that was unprovoked.
Dambreville, a Haitian, had recently moved back to begin his retirement on the isle and also to train local police.
But his family, including wife Ingrid, are actually working with authorities to solve his murder.
His ruined wife Pamphile-Dambreville told The Boston Herald: ‘He was shot. We are not okay at all — things usually are not good.
Dambreville retired in 2012 and had headed back to Haiti, to assemble his dream retirement home before his murder.
However, he considers that Dambreville could have been killed over cash.
‘It’s hard to make any conclusions,’ Concannon said. ‘Those things all happen in Haiti.’