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Two Charged in Relation to 2020 Governor’s Square Robbery

Two Charged in Relation to 2020 Governor’s Square Robbery

Following a detailed investigation, the RCIPS can confirm that two persons, a man age 25 of East End and a woman age 36 of George Town, have both been charged with Robbery in relation to the robbery at the Tortuga Liquor store in Governor’s Square on 7 February, 2020.

The male has been further charged with Assault ABH. Both are due to appear before the Summary Court, tomorrow, 16 March.

On Friday, 20 March, police arrested a woman, age 35 of West Bay, on suspicion of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, in relation to the below incident. She was granted bail as investigations were on-going.

On 7 February, officers responded to a report of a robbery at Tortuga Liquor in Governor’s Square, Lime Tree Bay Avenue. Two males entered the store, brandishing knives, and demanded cash from an employee there. One of the men assaulted the employee and both males then made off on foot with a quantity of cash, one of them fleeing towards the rear of Cost-U-Less. Emergency services attended the scene and the employee was transported to hospital for treatment, and later discharged.

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