The female Western Union employee who was held for questioning in relation to Monday’s robbery at Rodney Bay has since been released by the police.
The employee was initially called in for questioning on Tuesday evening. She is one of two employees who were present when the robbery occurred.
Investigators said they are looking at all leads, including the possibility that it might have been an inside job.
It was confirmed on Tuesday that the armed bandit escaped with $61 000 in cash during the heist.
He walked away “calmly” after getting the money, a source said. The gunman was wearing a sunglasses and cap.
The camera system in the business place was not operational at the time of the robbery, but police sources said investigators are reviewing other camera footage in the Mall.