Training manager robbed at gunpoint in Queenstown

Charissa Rampersaud

A training manager attached to Beharry Restaurant Holdings was last night robbed by gunmen on her way home.

Details of the robbery carried out on Charissa Rampersaud remain sketchy, however this newspaper learnt that the woman was robbed on Anira Street, Queenstown.

Rampersaud, a former morning talk show host was robbed of cellular phones. On her

Facebook page last night she said that she was robbed at gunpoint. The robbery occurred sometime around at 7:15 pm she said.

Stabroek News understands that the men who committed the robbery escaped in a White Toyota Allion bearing registration number PSS 8175.

Rampersaud in her Facebook post thanked God for life.

 

 

 

 

 

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