Fake cops rob businessman of more than $14m in Falmouth

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Fake cops rob businessman of more than $14m in Falmouth

Tuesday, April 07, 2020

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TRELAWNY, Jamaica — A Trelawny businessman was yesterday robbed of more than $14 million in cash, his licensed firearm and 60 rounds of ammunition yesterday.

Police sources say the businessman, who is of Chinese descent, and whose name is being withheld, operates a hardware store in Falmouth.

According to the sources the businessman reported that he was held up by a group of men posing as police officers who stole his licensed Heckler & Kotch pistol, two magazines with 60, 9mm cartridges, J$3.8 million and US$80,000 (approximately J$10 million).

More information later.

TRELAWNY, Jamaica — A Trelawny businessman was yesterday robbed of more than $14 million in cash, his licensed firearm and 60 rounds of ammunition yesterday.

Police sources say the businessman, who is of Chinese descent, and whose name is being withheld, operates a hardware store in Falmouth.

According to the sources the businessman reported that he was held up by a group of men posing as police officers who stole his licensed Heckler & Kotch pistol, two magazines with 60, 9mm cartridges, J$3.8 million and US$80,000 (approximately J$10 million).

More information later.


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