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Police hold man in connection with Senator McClean robbery


Added 07 March 2018


Police have made a breakthrough in their investigations into the robbery of Foreign Affairs Minister, Senator Maxine McClean.

A 30 year old man is currently assisting police with their investigations.

This was revealed this evening in a statement from public relations officer of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) acting Inspector Roland Cobbler.

Senator McClean was attacked and robbed on Saturday, February 10th, whilst using the automatic teller machine at the Royal Bank of Canada's University Drive branch. (PR)


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