Robbers steal government vehicle


Masked men dressed in camouflage clothing reportedly robbed a couple and stole a government-issued vehicle, G-109, in the process.


The government worker reportedly told police he was leaving his girlfriend’s house when two men came up to his vehicle and demanded his valuables.


The robbers reportedly took the man’s cellphone.


The man’s girlfriend, who was sitting in the passenger seat, reportedly ran from the scene leaving her cellphone in the car.


The thieves later drove off in the vehicle.


If you have any information regarding the incident or the whereabouts of the vehicle, you should call CID at 462-3913 or 462-3914.

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  1. Da Deadly Dadli Connection…

    Picking up his girlfriend, on Government time, in a Government vehicle…Yea, loving this!

    Robbers dressed in camouflage, acting as military, police, law enforcement…Yea, loving this!

    Girlfriend ran from the scene leaving cellphone behind…Yea, loving this!

    Great scenes from, Da Deadly Dadli Connection!

    Stay tuned for highlights to, tomorrow’s episode!


    Just driving around in the communities and ‘…injecting fear in the citizenry’ could see Robbers being said to being ‘…On the Loose.’

    Robbing victims of ‘…motor vehicles; …cellular phones; …jewelry and money,’ Robbers could be said to be ‘…On the Attack.’

    Now, shooting victim and/or attempting to snuff out the lives of an innocent Taxi operator and his companion, this has placed them ‘…On the Offensive.’

    This area may have been ‘…prudently avoided at night,’ if only the public knew or had been made aware that most recently ‘…a law enforcement officer had narrowly escaped the wrath of gunmen in this area.’

    No matter the purpose, there shall be’… no sojourn or night time rendezvous’ in isolated and bushy areas.

    Nah!. Gunmen may suddenly show up and spoil everything or leave victims stranded or in pain.

    It would be unthinkable that my friend ‘…Mellie’ would brazenly disagree with such characterization of the robbers.

  3. I hope God forbid that one day the News paper reads”Robbers shot dead” we will not be sympathetic with the public out cry as usual

  4. Government vehicles were once notorious to being parked on beaches as they drivers and family picnic on Sundays now the “keepers” in the nights have taken over.

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