Bullets rained when armed bandits tried to steal livestock from Corentyne farm

A Corentyne farmer is thankful that he managed to escape injury after gunmen trying to steal his livestock in the wee hours of Saturday opened fire on him after he raised an alarm.

According to reports, between 3 am and 3.30 am at Whim, bandits entered a pen with a herd of sheep and goats and managed to bind and remove six of them before one bleated alarmingly, waking farmer Vikeshwar Permaul.

The man raised an alarm and he along with several neighbours armed with cutlasses gave chase, retreating …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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