Police shoot and wound suspected armed robbers after Superwash raid

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June 23, 2016

POLICE shot and wounded two suspected armed robbers during a shootout near the intersection of Marathon and Robinson Roads on Thursday night.

According to initial reports, the men had robbed the Superwash laundromat on Charles W. Saunders Highway on Thursday evening before a shootout with police after officers intercepted a Honda Accord.

Last night, head of the Central Detective Unit Chief Superintendent Clayton Fernander said four suspects were in custody. He added that police also recovered a handgun from the scene.

Chief Supt. Fernander stressed that police will continue to be aggressive with criminals as they continue to clean up the streets.

Investigations continue.

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News date : 06/23/2016    Category : Accident/Emergency, Crime, Tribune Stories

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