BREAKING NEWS: Man shot on Tindale Road

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A man was moments ago shot on Tindale Road.

According to reports, three masked men pulled up in a silver vehicle and shot the man in the leg.

Before doing so the man’s family and a police officer who was nearby were held at gunpoint inside his house.

Known to villagers as Gold Teeth, the man is said to be in his fifties.

In what has turned out to be an apparent robbery, the masked men also demanded several items of the victim including money and drugs.

He was gun-butted and beaten.

The victim was taken to hospital for treatment in a private vehicle after the gunmen shot him and fired three bullets into the air before getting away in a silver car.

Police are investigating.

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. every time alp in power …..time to give people the right to bare arms…..the police cant do it they are not ready for this work. ….they join the police force just for a job …..they doing stop and search and interupting families. ..the police cant do this work

  2. This will not stop once our leaders and top brass in the lodge. The devil loves ugly, wants souls. ABLP was upset when UPP bring in the white men but crime had dropped. The AG was praising Robinson when he first came in to lower crime. What happen now? Confidence in the police has been eroded, because of fren and politics. Why all these robberies if young men have been given work, what, is robbing their hobby? I have to wonder what this country comin to. And the police head sits on his throne and no press briefing to attempt to ease the public’s fears. How sad.

  3. this is getting annoying now. every time i turn my tv or pc on is some bulls**** goingon this place. so much police and military personal but u mean to tell me no one patrolling the streets. But call them and say “drugs” see how fast they find it. Anu to small for this to keep happening.

  4. Antigua needs to wake up and stop allowing this crap to go on. Start doing police raids and get all this guns and drugs off the streets.

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