Overseas based Guyanese shot several times in brutal robbery

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POLICE INVOLVED SHOOTING[www.inewsguyana.com] – Hours after stepping off a plane at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), an overseas based Guyanese man was shot five times about his body by bandits who were hiding in wait for his arrival.

According to a police report, at about 09:30 hrs on Tuesday, April 21 83 –year – old Glendon Cadogon was entering the home of his sister at Shirley Field-Ridley Square, Georgetown when the bandits pounced.

Police say that investigations revealed that Cadogon had travelled from the CJIA and was confronted by three men, one of whom was armed with a firearm, who drove up in a motor vehicle as he was entering the yard.

The men held up Glendon and demanded a bag that he had in his possession. He resisted and was shot to his abdomen and left arm. The perpetrators then escaped with the bag which reportedly contained some important documents and a quantity of cash.

While Cadogon has been admitted to hospital, police say a woman has been arrested and is in police custody assisting with the investigations.

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  1. Glendon is my Grand father and we are very traumatize with the attack. I hope the police find the PNC criminals and jail them so that they do not get to rob the ballot boxes. Shevy David is we cousin and we all grieveing.

  2. and u say u believe in god? what a hypo…what may 11 have to do with the criminals and ur uncle?? oh yea granger will stop all these crimes yeah yeah yeah ..he is my uncle too and on may 11 for for progress and not race..

  3. Let the pncr Kick out Barrak Obama for all the things happen to the US Citizen
    Don’t talk because you have a mouth see what to Mohamed Ali God is the Greatest

  4. really family affair ?? my uncle fighting for his life this all you can come up with for a family situation hope it don’t rain at your door

  5. This is my uncle and this situation has left us traumatised and heart broken. My uncle is a wonderful kind hearted person and he didn’t deserves that. We r praying for a full recovery and to all those invovle there’s a God and we will get justice in due time. May 11th my fellow Guyanese go out to vote for change and not race. Its time for a New Govelement.

  6. I am sorry to hear what happen this man. Just got off a plane, I can only imagine the ordeal. Looks like a family affair and a set up. Despite this Ramotar, Rohee and the Commissioner of Police will all be blamed.

  7. Leaks have to be coming from the airport. Investigate all the staff and their cell phone calls and texts.

  8. So sad I pray he recovers at his age look the pain he has to go through all because a few want to live off of others hard work ,something has to be done to stop these crooks attacking overseas base Guyanese when they return home to spend some famil6 time or even to bury a family member only to be kill themselves sad not good its discouraging for me and others like me Guyana is too small to be having so many killing who is in charge gosh get well sir.

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