Bandits nabbed on Mandela Avenue after Strathspey robbery

Two bandits robbed an East Coast Demerara (ECD) Auto Dealership yesterday of an undisclosed sum of cash, but were soon after apprehended thanks to the efforts of a security conscious proprietor, collaborating with the police.

Robbed was Surrendra and Sons Auto Dealership and Home Furnishings, of Strathspey, ECD at 12:55pm by two bandits, one of whom was armed. According to the wife of the proprietor, Oma Persaud, she was in the shop with just one worker when a man entered bearing a gun and forced her and the worker to lie on the ground as he enquired of the whereabouts of the boss. Persaud said that she responded in the negative after which the bandit, who wore a white armless shirt, dark short pants, a blue flop hat and sunshades to conceal his identity, telephoned an associate informing …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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