Suspects remain on the run after $600,000 NIS burglary
The police have not yet made any arrests in connection with the break-in at the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) office at Melanie Damishana, East Coast Demerara, from where bandits carted off a metal safe containing $600,000 in cash.
A police source yesterday told Stabroek News that as the investigation continues, detectives are on the hunt for three suspects, who remains on the run.
The break-in occurred around
The police, in a press statement, had said that the suspects allegedly first pounced on the two female security guards on duty and relieved them of a service revolver with six rounds and a cell phone.
“The perpetrators then reportedly took the guards to the back of the building, bound their hands and feet and returned only the weapon to them,” the statement added. 1.30 am on
A now sealed section of the concrete wall that the bandits broke in order to gain entry into the club.
The iron bar that the bandits used to break the concrete wall.