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Four charged with robbing pharmacy

Friday, August 17, 2018

Four men have been charged with robbing a pharmacy in central Trinidad.

The Police Service said Kurvin Gellineau, 30, of Isaac Street, Couva; Richard Adams, 21, of McBean Couva; Joel Charles, 18, of Southern Main Road, Chase Village and Aaron Smith, 18, of

Orange Field Road, Carapichaima, were charged with the crime.

The police said around 6 pm on Monday four men, one armed with a gun, entered the pharmacy saying it was a robbery.

The men stole cash which represented the day’s sales. The men then escaped in a silver Nissan Tiida.

A report was made to the Couva Police Station and resulted in officers discovering the vehicle and the four men gathered at a house shortly after. A quantity of the cash stolen has been recovered.

Four men were charged on Tuesday with robbery with aggravation by PC Gerrard Gomes, of the Couva CID 


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