After receiving an official statement on the attacks, officers of the Central Division Criminal Investigation Department went to arrest the man, but he was nowhere to be found.
Police officers continued their search.
The businessman, who owns a popular car dealership located in Chaguanas was placed under scrutiny, when his wife began posting photos on social media, showing bruises and lacerations, which she said he inflicted.
The photos were met with condemnation by persons on social media.
Police officers were awaiting an official statement from the man’s wife, which, sources revealed, was given to police today.
But when police went to his business place and his home, he was nowhere to be found.
Sources close to the investigation say that searches continue for the man, and an arrest is imminent.
In the meantime, Newsday was told, the woman is expected to receive counselling from the Victim and Witness Support Unit, while her children are to be referred to the Child protection Unit and the Children’s Authority.
Investigations are continuing