Pensioner shot, robbed after leaving bank. Crime Escalates under this useless Administration.

Pensioner shot, robbed after leaving bank

October 10, 2018

 

A 70-year-old woman is now nursing a gunshot wound on her arm after she was shot during a robbery by motorbike bandits.
The robbery occurred at about 13:15h on Laluni Street, Queenstown, Georgetown.
According to reports, earlier in the day the victim and her husband went to a city bank where she withdrew a sum of cash. The couple then went on to make several stops in the city with their motorcar, which was driven by the elderly male.
After some time, they proceeded to a location in Queenstown to purchase water and while there, the husband went into the facility and the victim remained in the vehicle. During this time, two men on a motorcycle rode up alongside the vehicle.
Guyana Times understands that the pillion rider dismounted and grabbed the woman’s handbag, however she held onto it, resulting in the perpetrator whipping out a handgun and discharging a round at her. The shot hit the pensioner in her right arm.
After gaining possession of the woman’s handbag, which contained her cellphone and a quantity of cash among other values, the two men escaped on the motorcycle.
Meanwhile, the injured woman was rushed to a Georgetown medical facility, where she is currently admitted in a stable condition. Police have since launched an investigation.

https://guyanatimesgy.com/pens...-after-leaving-bank/

 
Original Post
Sheik101 posted:
yuji22 posted:

Old People are the now easy targets in Guyana's AFC/PNC crime haven.

Sickening. A life could have been lost here. Jeez man, the elderly shouldnt have to be exposed to this level of barbarism.

Bai, this government is fudging the numbers and talking about crime going down. They are only fooling themselves. Guyanese na dat stupid to believe them.

This is a new trend of criminals attacking and robbing pensioners.

GTAngler posted:
Drugb posted:

GT, I see you are back to your favorite past time, pointing backwards to excuse the faults of this govt. 

I am not excusing anything. I'll stop pointing backwards when you accept the truth. Until then, you need constant reminding.

What truth is there to accept? PNC/AFC promised greater security for the people and they failed to deliver.  In fact some will argue that the crime situation is even worse now under this incompetent lot. 

Drugb posted:
GTAngler posted:
Drugb posted:

GT, I see you are back to your favorite past time, pointing backwards to excuse the faults of this govt. 

I am not excusing anything. I'll stop pointing backwards when you accept the truth. Until then, you need constant reminding.

What truth is there to accept? PNC/AFC promised greater security for the people and they failed to deliver.  In fact some will argue that the crime situation is even worse now under this incompetent lot. 

SO would you not say this is a step in the right direction? Did they underestimate the task at hand? Absolutely. Did they lie and make promises they couldn't keep? Most likely. You want to keep holding on to that, go right ahead. Keep pointing fingers while turning a blind eye to the past instead of looking for solutions.

GTAngler posted: 

SO would you not say this is a step in the right direction? Did they underestimate the task at hand? Absolutely. Did they lie and make promises they couldn't keep? Most likely. You want to keep holding on to that, go right ahead. Keep pointing fingers while turning a blind eye to the past instead of looking for solutions.

Nonsense, they are abject failures. People are dying and suffering while these nincompoops embark on solutions of trial and error. 

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