Police: Attempted Robbery At Hamilton Eatery

June 30, 2016

Police responded to an attempted armed robbery at Four Star Pizza on Angle Street tonight [June 30] but the suspect escaped without taking anything and no one was injured in the incident.

Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said: “At 10.20pm Police responded to report of an attempted robbery that took place at Four Star Pizza on Angle Street.

“Upon Police arrival it was ascertained that a person came into the establishment brandishing what appeared to be a firearm and made demands of money.

“There was no money to be given and the suspect left with nothing being taken from the establishment, and no one was injured. Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone who may have seen anything suspicious to contact Central C.I.U. on 295-0011 or the anonymous and confidential Crimestoppers hotline on 800 8477.”

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  1. Sandra C says:

    LoL that was a good practice for this dopey theif…he must feel like a super low life when there wasn’t any money to be given. Perhaps the fool should have demanded a cheese pizza after his foolish attempt. On another note, he needs to pack it in as he didn’t pass this attempt. Find a job young man as this one is not for you lol

    • Sheila says:

      Glad he just left it could have got ugly with no money to take

    • Hurricane says:

      Was it a man @ Sandra? Maybe the police can use your knowledge. I you know something, say something!

  2. O.M.G says:

    Find them and cut there fingers off this is way out of control

    • boop says:

      Cut fingers off? What you think this is? Slavery?.. economic development that provides growth for all is needed… can’t stress it enough

      • Its me again says:

        They think this is saudi arabia or something…

      • Nanny Pat says:

        Sit down and stop ya noise boop.. don’t be trying to bring slavery into this. Pick up a book or watch the news for once in your life – cutting fingers / hands off is what is done to the thieves in other countries, some 1st world countries even.
        Get a clue.

  3. Islander says:

    Are we going to have to live behind gated doors and windows or order and pay for goods through them, large locks on chains wrapped around our doors and gates needing keys to get in and out. You know tell, we need to get this behavior stopped and now or this young man may become a braver thief, braver shooter and a mindless murderer. He is a son, brother, cousin and needs help not laughter or encouragement to try again but to stop while he is a head.

  4. Coffee says:

    Pacman fail .
    This is the type of behavior to be expected after the lackluster performance of the government to properly engage the youth of this piece of paradise .
    A proper reflection of the policies of the UBP/ BDA/OBA !

  5. swing voter says:

    sad that these boys will never grow up

  6. Oh,I see now says:

    The ASSailants are getting younger and younger in these robbery cases ,we are witnessing a passing of the thug baton.We have lived through the DUMB now we are entering the DUMBER generation.I say dumber because they have not learned that crime in the short or long term does not pay…….and there’s no pension plan ijs

  7. Oh,I see now says:

    This new breed of thug see these nefarious acts as some sort of right of passage into a world they have settled for as a way to make a fast buck.My how far we have fallen in a short period of time the grave gets deeper and we keep ah digging…..sigh

  8. Hummmmm wtf says:

    How you rob a pizza place and don’t get no dough?!!!!!!!

  9. REch B says:

    ah ah that’s funny.. stupid fool

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