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Police investigate robbery near Stickett

-special team of detectives to investigate recent robberies
Police are investigating a report of robbery which has resulted in injuries to one man. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Police are investigating a report of robbery which has resulted in injuries to one man.

The victim stated that he was in the area of the Stickett in Long Look when he was approached by two masked males; gun butted and robbed of a small amount of cash.

He was taken to Peebles Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained to his forehead.

Investigations are continuing.

The RVIPF has allocated a team of detectives specifically to investigate the recent robberies with a view of quickly apprehending those who are perpetrating these offences and seizing their weapons.

Persons with information that can assist are asked to contact the detectives directly at 468-5682. Persons can also call the Intelligence Unit at 468-9339.

The Crimestoppers in Miami also provides persons wishing to give information anonymously an opportunity to do so. Call 800-TIPS, 800-8477.

3 Responses to “Police investigate robbery near Stickett”

  • question (03/06/2014, 15:18) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    NO JOBS SO WHAT SHOULD THEY DO?
  • Fed Up (04/06/2014, 10:41) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Some weeks ago it was Purcell now its Long Look if it aint one its the other these both places need some real help and prayer
  • Long Look Resident (06/06/2014, 19:30) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Not having a job is not a reason to go around robbing people. Where are your morals and values. Stop making excuses to commit crime. Some of the people you all are robbing don't have jobs either. Get involve in something positive. A Criminal Life style is not a life.


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