Corentyne residents block road after accusing police of involvement in robbery

Corentyne residents incensed over a  spate of robberies blocked the main road at No.48 Village yesterday after the latest attack and accused the police of involvement.

Divisional Commander Assistant Commissioner Brian Joseph and other ranks later managed to persuade the residents to remove the trucks and other materials that were blocking the roadway and traffic is flowing freely.

A police release last night said that at about 1900h yesterday, four men armed with …To continue reading, login with an active account or subscribe now.

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