Gunmen rob NIS clerk while at vulcanising shop

first_imgA clerk of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS), who resides at BB Eccles, East Bank Demerara, was on Monday relieved of her jewellery by two men, one of whom was armed with a handgun, at Agricola, Greater Georgetown.According to information received, Lorna Carrington, 50, and 42-year-old Ron Holder of West Ruimveldt, Georgetown had gone to a vulcanising shop located on the Agricola Public Road to patch a tyre for her car. She was standing next to her car while Holder had gone into the vulcanizing shop when the two men confronted her and confiscated her gold chain and two gold rings.Upon realising that Carrington was being robbed, Holder confronted the men, but one of them took out a handgun from his pants waist and discharged a round in the air before they ran into an alleyway through which they escaped, leaving their pedal cycles behind.The Police were contacted and the area was combed, but the two men had already disappeared without trace. The police have since retrieved one spent .32 shell at the scene as investigations continue.last_img


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