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Minutes after he robbed a Williamsville family, a 23-year-old bandit was held in what some have described as a twist of fate.
The incident took place around 9.30 am on Thursday at Corial Road, Williamsville.
According to reports, a 58-year-old man, his 27-year-old son, and their 79-year-old neighbour were at the residence when a gunman stormed the premises.
He announced a hold-up and demanded that the trio hand over all of their cash and valuables.
The victims complied, but while the gunman was bagging his ‘loot’, the two father and son saw an opportunity to detain the suspect and took it.
The relatives attacked the suspect while their neighbour secured the dropped firearm.
During the confrontation, the bandit was severely beaten. He was then tied up and the police were notified.
A Glock 23-pistol was recovered from the scene.
The aftermath of the ordeal was recorded by persons in the area and uploaded to social media sites.
The injured 23-year-old was taken for medical treatment and is expected to be charged upon his release.
De Dragon wrote:Forget this petty murder/piracy/shooting sheit, when ACP Jayson Forde flying out to check Wylie?
pugboy wrote:no firearm and cap or hoodie ?
fellas real boldface now
It is alleged he try to grab the Police officer firearm....
Two Siparia men are in police custody after they got into a shootout with police in Curepe on Sunday night.
Police said members of the Northern Division Task Force were on patrol when they saw a man being robbed by one of the bandits wearing a hoodie at Southern Main Road, Curepe, at around 9.30 pm.
The victim attempted to flag down the police car and told them what happened.
Police spotted the bandit getting into a black Mazda Two car with two other men and attempted to stop them, but were shot at by the men.
Police chased the car across several roads and organised a road black, trapping the bandits.
The bandits shot at the police and officers fired back.
Two of the men ages 23 and 24 were arrested and a .9mm Beretta pistol seized.
Over $60,000 in Jewellery stolen from K's Jewellers in Tunapuna.Raveena Ramdeen 25 of #23 Hassanali St, El Socorro
Have to agree with zoom here. These men is pestszoom rader wrote:When you get robbed of family members murdered by these pest then your mindset will change. Until then live in the darkK74T wrote:You were in the booth with them?
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