Many casinos keep cash on premises …”BANDITS ARRESTED”

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Two bandits were arrested hours after they held up the cashier and security guard at Jamlong Casino in Chaguanas and escaped with $150,000.

Police held the two bandits, got back a stolen car and found a quantity of cocaine, ammunition and a ski mask.

However, none of the stolen cash was found. Police went to a San Fernando house and held two men, 19 and 25, of Cocoyea Village. They remained in custody as police are searching for the stolen loot.

Around 9.25 am on Monday, two men, one armed with a gun, entered Jamlong Casino, Chaguanas Main Road, and announced a hold-up. One held the security guard at gunpoint while the other robbed the cashier. The bandits escaped in a gold-coloured Sentra.

Police went to Findhorn Avenue, Cocoyea Village, where they found the two bandits in a house. They searched the house and seized 20 rounds of .38 special ammunition, 1.2 kilos of cocaine, a bulletproof vest, a ski mask and the getaway car.

Police said these bandits were not known to them. Police continue to advise casino owners not to keep large amounts of cash on their premises. Some of the casinos have no bank accounts so they have no choice but to keep large sums of cash on their premises.

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OUTSIDE JAMLONG CASINO, CHAGUANAS

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