A gun has been reported stolen after an attack at the Devil’s Point during an alleged house robbery last weekend, police told Daily Post.
Commander South Superintendent Jackson Noal said police attended the incident and asked communities around the area to cooperate if they saw any suspicious activities and have information that might lead to the suspects.
Mr Noal said no one has been arrested in relation to the attack so far but confirmed that according to eyewitnesses, four people were involved.
That was when the men assaulted him and took the gun.
Superintendent Noal said the owner of the house was on his way to the property due to an earlier call he received from the victim before he was attacked.
He said the victim was not seriously injured but the case itself is a serious by its nature.
He described the incident as ‘brazen and confronting’.
Devil’s Point area has been the location of serious robberies in the past and some cases are still pending investigation. Police said thieves are targeting the expatriate community in the area.
Mr Noal said stealing the gun poses a threat to the communities on Devils Point road and other surrounding communities.
He said police officers are patrolling around the clock and any information to what might give a good trail needed to be reported the police before someone else gets hurt.
The case is now under police investigation but any collaboration or tip-off would be appreciated.
Residents in the Devil’s Point area are advised to remain inside their houses at night and call the police immediately on their toll free line – 111 to report any suspicious activities.