Another daylight heist sees FBS employee, supermarket cashier, and another man robbed by three armed bandits at a Bendals Road business

An employee of Food Brokerage Services Ltd. (FBS) who was conducting
company business at a Bendals Main Road supermarket was the target of
robbers, as was the cashier of the establishment.

Reports say that, at about 2:15 p.m. on May 7, while the cashier at J&T
Enterprise was standing behind the register and talking to the FBS porter,
three men entered the business through an eastern door. Two men were
armed with guns.

After taking an undisclosed sum of money from the cash register, it is alleged
that one of them – in an Antiguan accent – asked, “Where the more money
dey?” Reportedly, he then proceeded to rob the cashier of her purse.
According to reports, the gunmen also robbed a Cashew Hill man of his cell
phone and his wallet, which contained $170 in cash; his Social Security and
Medical Benefits cards; ECAB debit and credit cards; and his voter-ID card.
The bandits then robbed the porter of his cell phone and the keys to the FBS
truck he had been driving, before they entered the vehicle and stole $1,285 in
cash and a cheque in the amount of $1,041.
The incident was caught on CCTV footage, reports say.
The robbers then made their escape in a northern direction in a silver Toyota
Belta that had no license plates attached.
The men – described as tall and dressed in plain clothes, with their faces
covered – spoke in local accents. A search was carried out for the alleged
offenders, but without success.
The proprietor of J&T Enterprise reported the matter to the Criminal
Investigations Department.