Police denies issuing firearm license to dead bandit

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Kevin Fields posing with the gun license, cash and bank cards on his Facebook Page.
Kevin Fields posing with the gun license, cash and a bank card on his Facebook Page.

[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force has announced that no approval for a firearm licence was ever granted to the now dead alleged bandit Kevin Fields.

The armed 21- year – old of Agricola, East Bank Demerara was shot dead moments after he and an accomplice robbed a businessman of $1.7M at Ramchand Auto Spares on Sheriff and Duncan Streets yesterday.

Fields could be seen posing on his Facebook page with piles of cash, jewelry, bank cards, bullet proof vest and a firearm licence. Police say they have taken note of this and an investigation is underway.

Dead: Kevin Fields.
Dead: Kevin Fields.

A more detailed story will be published shortly.

2 COMMENTS

  1. really now they see fire arm they want know how he got it. they have alot of underground business going on in the police force n not only from ordinary office all these top cops know what going on cause they have gotten piece of the pie as well. the whole police force needs to be investigated.

  2. What else is new. Bad things don’t ever get owners. They are killing our children. Its a low down SHAME.

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