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DAILY POLICE CRIME REPORT: THREE TAXI DRIVERS INVOLVED IN INCIDENTS IN EAST END

DAILY POLICE CRIME REPORT: THREE TAXI DRIVERS INVOLVED IN INCIDENTS IN EAST END

A reported robbery occurred around 11.15 p.m. Friday, April 7, in the Mid Ocean Drive, St. George's area where it appears that a stationary taxi at the Mid Ocean dock was approached by two unknown men demanding money - one reportedly brandishing a firearm.

Apparently the suspects took a quantity of cash and the male taxi driver sustained a laceration to the head, which was not considered life threatening.

A reported attempted robbery apparently occurred late Friday night (April 7) in the Cut Road, St. George's area where it appears that a stationary taxi at the bus turnaround was approached by two unknown men - one reportedly brandishing a firearm. The male taxi driver managed to drive off without further incident and was unharmed.

A second reported robbery occurred around 9.50 p.m. yesterday in the Cashew City Road, St. George's (St. David's) area where it appears that a stationary taxi was approached by two unknown men demanding money. Apparently the suspects took a personal item from the vehicle and the male taxi driver sustained a laceration to his shoulder, which was not considered life threatening.

In all three incidents the suspects were described as two men wearing dark coloured clothing that may have been travelling on a dark coloured motorcycle.

Inquiries continue and witnesses or anyone with relevant information should contact the Criminal Investigation Department on 247-1744 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.

Reported Theft from Buses in St. George's

Around 6.30 this morning, police officers attended a reported theft from buses at the St. George's bus terminal on Old Military Road in St. George's.

It appears that an unknown quantity of cash was removed from ten public buses at that location overnight.

Inquiries continue and witnesses or anyone with relevant information should contact the Criminal Investigation Department on 247-1744.

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