Fight back starts… BANDIT ON THE LOSING END

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With the increase in murders and crime, citizens are becoming concerned about their safety for this Christmas season.
 
Bandits are on the loose, seeking out unsuspecting people to attack.
 
Well, a bandit got the shock of their lives in the past 36 hours.
 
A 22-year-old bandit was shot in the face by an off-duty police officer after he robbed a bakery owner of $30,000 on Friday.
Police said the robbery took place around noon off the Southern Main Road, Curepe.
Police said the owner of Ken Corner Spot Bakery had just withdrew the cash from a nearby bank and was returning to his business along Lyndon Street when two bandits approached him and stole the money.
The off-duty officer was alerted to what was happening next door and came outside to see the bandits making off with the loot.
The officer shot at one of the bandits, hitting him in the mouth.
His accomplice managed to escape in a waiting Suzuki Swift.
When officers searched the bleeding man, they found the money on him. Police said the man lived in Gonzales, Belmont, and was in a serious condition at hospital last night.
 
TWO INJURED IN ROTI SHOP
 
In another incident, the owners of Sylvie’s Roti Shop on Backchain Street, San Juan, were forced to close up shop early after a gunman opened fire outside their business place, injuring two customers.
The injured men, who remained unidentified up to press time, had just entered the business and hadn’t ordered yet when the glass doors and windows were cut open by bullets.
At the end of the attack, the men had been shot, one in the wrist and the other in the leg.
Employees said they were thankful the injuries were not more serious, since the recently refurbished roti-shop was filled with the lunchtime crowd.
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