Burglars bag $2M from Tuschen grocery

- boy, 16, among two caught on tape, arrested 

The early morning burglary of a Tuschen New Scheme, East Bank Essequibo grocery, during which some $2 million in cash was taken, yesterday led to calls for police to take action against mounting crime in the community.

Police have arrested two persons, including a 16-year-old boy, after they were caught on camera bagging the cash shortly after they broke into Clarence Grocery and General Store.

The distraught proprietor, Clarence Cozier told Stabroek News that the breakage had left him in an embarrassing situation  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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