Two more wanted for Bank of Baroda robbery

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The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has issued wanted bulletins for two more persons in connection with the Bank of Baroda (Mon Repos, ECD branch) robbery which occurred on 22 January, 2016.

According to the GPF, Shawn Harris called ‘Shawny’ or ‘Bruk Up’ and Timothy Asher Morrison are wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the Bank of Baroda robbery.

Persons with information that may lead to the arrest of Shawn Harris called ‘Shawny’ or ‘Bruk Up’ and Timothy Asher Morrison are asked to contact the police on telephone numbers ;229-2289, 229-2557, 229-2700 to 3, 226-9941, 225-6411, 911 or the nearest police station.  All information will be treated with strict confidence.

wanted 5Meanwhile, three other men were on Wednesday arraigned for the GYD$2 million robbery. They are 34-year old Sean Anthony ‘Rattie” Aaron of ‎ ‎317 North East La Penitence, 28-year-old Kennard Jabbar of 88 Freeman Street, and graphic artist 39-year old Eon Campbell.

According to reports, the men held two female bank tellers at gunpoint and relieved them of the cash. Customers were not conducting business at the time of the robbery.

After committing the robbery, the bandits exited the building and escaped in a waiting silver-grey Toyota Primo car bearing licence plate PNN 8984. The Police disclosed that the plates were false. Upon receiving the report, the Police swiftly erected road blocks at strategic locations but the car was not seen. The surveillance footage has since been handed over to the Police as they continue to investigate the robbery.

The men were not required to plea to the indictable charge that was read to them by Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan. They were refused bail and the case was transferred to Vigilance Magistrates’ Court for February 9, 2016.

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  1. I am waiting for their mothers to come to their defense. People should not accept gifts from non working people. Just saying.

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