English tourists robbed of personal belongings and rented car at gunpoint at Dieppe Bay

bbing two guests staying at a local resort.

Reports say  the security manager at the resort  contacted  the Grays Farm Police Station and reported that the pair had been robbed of their personal belongings by two gunmen.

Officers reportedly went to the hotel and interviewed  the visitors,  who are both from the United Kingdom.  They reported that they had been in a silver Toyota Picart , R73, in the parking lot of the Dieppe Bay property, when a black van pulled up in front of them.

They alleged that two unmasked men exited the van and one of them — armed with a shiny handgun — ordered the visitors out of their vehicle.  He then pointed the gun at them and demanded money.

The guests were robbed of a black bag containing US$100, EC$200, ID cards, and a light green Samsung cell phone valued at US$300, as well as an Ipad valued at 800 pounds Sterling, which was in the vehicle.  

In addition to relieving the tourists of their belongings, one of the robbers took off in their vehicle.

The gunman is described as being of a slim build, dark in complexion, and about 5ft 6” tall.

A search was carried out for the stolen vehicle and missing items, also for any person fitting the description of the robbers, but without success.

This incident reportedly occurred at about 1:50 p.m. on April 2 at Dieppe Bay.