Money from Tuschen robbery found buried in yard

Almost half of the money stolen during a break-in at a Tuschen grocery store was yesterday recovered buried in a yard and police have detained several occupants of the house including a man said to have been a participant in the theft.

Stabroek News was told by Clarence Cozier, the owner of the store that a total of $704, 000 has been recovered.

Contacted, Divisional Commander Senior Super-intendent Ian Amsterdam confirmed the recovery of the some of the money. He said that so far one suspect has been arrested and police are looking for a second person.

Cozier said that he is elated that some of the money has been recovered and he urged that the police hand it over as soon as possible as he had to pay persons he had credited items from.

He explained that a man identified as `Red man’ visited his home and said that he had information as to who committed the robbery. He said that the man volunteered to take him to that person so that he could get back the money.

Cozier said that he then made contact with the chairman of the Com-munity Policing Group (CPG) and together  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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