Wednesday 2 December, 2020

Wig-wearing thieves rob six in Princes Town

Princes Town police are investigating a report of a robbery in which the assailants were wearing wigs and bandanas.

Six persons, including two women aged 24 and 28, were robbed in this incident.

No injuries were reported.

According to police reports, around 10 pm, the six were at a parlour along Nagee Rd, New Grant, when two men wearing wigs and bandanas ran into the shop.

They were both armed with firearms and announced a hold up.

They then proceeded to relieve the victims of their cash and valuables – which from initial estimates had a cumulative value of over $14,000.

The robbers fled the scene in a white sedan which was parked outside.

The police were notified, and a team of officers from the Princes Town police station responded.

PC Jugoon is continuing inquiries.

While the faces of both men were covered, a description was provided:

Suspect 1 – approximately 6’ tall, wearing a red t-shirt, long blue jeans and black Clarkes shoes.

Suspect 2 – approximately 5’5” tall, wearing black ¾ pants.

Anyone with information which can lead to the arrests of the two individuals are asked to contact the Princes Town Police, or they can give the information anonymously through 555 or 800-TIPS.

 

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