Gunmen rob Linden construction worker
A construction worker of Mackenzie, Linden was on Tuesday robbed by two armed men on Alexander Street between Regent and Charlotte Streets, Georgetown.Kelvin Fernandes, 48, was relieved of $210,000 by the two men, one of whom was armed with a handgun.Based on reports received, the man left his worksite at Providence Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara (EBD) and went to change a cheque at the Bank of Guyana, Avenue of the Republic, Georgetown.After cashing the cheque, the man reportedly placed the money in his left pants pocket and walked to Robb Street. After some time, he stopped at the Bourda Market along Regent Street to conduct a transaction.Shortly after, Fernandes told detectives, he turned onto Alexander Street and it was at that time he was confronted by the two men, who demanded cash and personal items.The victim reportedly put up a fight, but the men managed to push their hands into his pocket and took away the money. They then escaped on foot.Detectives believed that the perpetrators might have trailed Fernandes from the bank. Up to press time, the Police were still conducting their investigations, but no arrests were made.