Men threatened with stun guns in Pembroke
Police continue to search for two suspects following an attempted robbery involving stun guns in Pembroke on Monday night.
Investigators were first alerted to the incident yesterday afternoon.
According to police, two men got out of a taxi in the Deepdale Road West area when they were accosted by two unknown males at around 8.30pm.
The suspects — reportedly both armed with stun guns — demanded money from the victims before fleeing the scene on foot empty-handed.
They are both described as dark-complexioned, about 5ft 10in, with slim builds. They were last seen wearing hooded sweatshirts.
“There were no reported injuries and inquiries continue,” police said in a press release today.
Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact investigators on 247-1744.
New Zealand firm weighs in on AC35 pack-up
Youth quiz MPs at PLP meeting
Brown wants Commission of Inquiry
Police identify man found dead in Sandys
Barritt may run as independent
Artist fuelled by rejection
Butterfield is now island’s biggest bank
Police: Body of Sandys man found
Spithill fights his corner on umpiring calls
Team New Zealand on match point
Fairhurst to play America’s Cup on Monday
Police: shots fired in Warwick, no injuries
No concerns for Burling over Oracle revival
Kiwis must refocus after Oracle upgrades
Take Our Poll