Gaming Inspector Linked To Robbery

Wednesday 16th, January 2013 / 21:43 Published by

A Gaming Board inspector is in police custody in connection with Sunday’s failed robbery of an armed car in front of a local web shop.

According to sources close to the investigation, the man was arrested at a local hotel.

Superintendent Paul Rolle, officer in charge of the Central Detective Unit, confirmed that police have a 33-year-old man in custody assisting them with their investigations but would not reveal where the man was employed.

Supt Rolle also confirmed that the police officer who is currently in hospital under police watch, was shot by an ICS Security Guard during the robbery.

The incident took place around 11am at Island Games on Cow Pen Road off Faith Avenue on Sunday.


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