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Wednesday 21 March 2018

Police hunt four armed men in Lambeau shootout

Police officers inspect the abandoned silver Nissan Tiida at Tank Road, Signal Hill which was said to be involved in a foiled robbery at Lambeau and a subsequent shootout with a police officer last Wednesday.

Four men, considered armed and dangerous, remain at large following an exchange of gunfire with police one week ago. The men were reportedly involved in a shooting incident at Sandy Hill Extension in Lambeau in what has been described as an attempted robbery.

Police reports are that around 2pm last Wednesday, Superintendent Shirley Stanley-Caruth, having completed a transaction at the Bank, was at a fellow officer’s residence in Lambeau, delivering a package whe a silver Nissan Tiida vehicle approached and a male of African descent exited the vehicle and began firing. Stanley-Caruth returned fire at the man who re-entered the vehicle which sped off.

A party of officers assigned to the Tobago Divisional Task Force and the Criminal Investigations Department, led by Senior Superintendent Joanne Archie, was dispatched to the scene. Based on information received, the

officers subsequently went to Guadaville Heights, Tank Road, Signal Hill where the vehicle, with registration number PDH 5313, was recovered and taken to the Scarborough Police Station for further examination.

Sgt Alicia Piggott of the Scarborough CID is continuing investigations.


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