Vehicle of Renwick & Company Ltd recovered after armed robbery

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(SNO) — A vehicle belonging to Renwick & Company Ltd which was taken after an armed robbery by gunmen has been recovered.

However, it was discovered in a precipice, a company spokesperson said.

The robbery of the company’s Chocolisto sales van occurred in Jacmel on Monday, November 12.

Rhain Rivers of Renwick & Company told Caribbean Hotfm that employees were just getting ready to serve a shop when the incident took place.

“What happened is they were reversing into the driveway of the shop and the vehicle put up in front of them,” he remarked.

He added that reports of a tracking device in the vehicle being turned off is not true.

However, he stated that all the goods in the vehicle was taken and the vehicle was discovered in a precipice.

“So it was written off,” Rivers revealed.

He also commended the police for their swift action following the incident.

“And I must commend the police force, their speedy reaction to the situation,” he remarked. “I find that very good of them.”

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5 comments

  1. The tracker was fully functional and the vehicle was recovered a couple hours after the robbery. The statement from Renwick is what took long. Not the recovery. See how this can make the service provider for the tracker look bad? Not good enough Renwick!

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  2. Reports of the tracker being turned off are untrue...why did it take so long to recover the vehicle then? The tracker was not on or working?

    Why people never like to give a full report of events that transpire?

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    • The tracker was fully functional and the vehicle was recovered a couple hours after the robbery. The statement from Renwick is what took long. Not the recovery. See how this can make the service provider for the tracker look bad? Not good enough Renwick!

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