No easing up
ON THE HEELS of a string of gun-related and other brazen crimes, the most recent yesterday’s daring daylight armed robbery of a Christ Church bakery, acting Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith said the force would leave no stone unturned in hunting the culprits.
“These firearm crimes are of serious concern to us and we do not view them lightly,” he told the SATURDAY SUN yesterday.
Griffith was also particularly concerned about the robbing of an elderly couple beaten by cutlass-wielding assailants at their St Peter residence on Wednesday evening.
“We are going to do all in our power to apprehend these people and my officers will not leave any stone unturned in bringing these perpetrators to justice,” the Acting Commissioner added.
He was speaking hours after the hold-up of the bakery, where two men, one armed with a gun, made off with an undisclosed sum of money from employees at the business place.