Three police officers from Cheshire had an all expenses paid trip to the Caribbean for a month to help with an investigation a Freedom of Information request has revealed. 

This is Cheshire report: 

THREE Cheshire Police officers went on an all expenses paid trip to the Caribbean for a month to help with a murder investigation.

An investigation by the Warrington Guardian has revealed that one detective sergeant and two detective constables spent four weeks in the Cayman Islands – costing £29,448.86.

The trip in 2011 was paid for by the Cayman Authorities.

They were called in by the Foreign Office to assist the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service with a major operation surrounding a spate of murders on Grand Cayman.

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