…remanded to prison
Delroy Cordis, called ‘Dottie’, for whom an arrest warrant was issued by the court in relation to the recent robbery under arms committed on the Guyana Stockfeeds Ltd. was yesterday taken to the Providence Magistrate’s Court by his lawyer, Nigel Hughes.
Cordis is the suspected mastermind in the robbery. He appeared before Magistrate Leslie Sobers and was remanded to prison until May 4. Four men and one woman were on Tuesday last charged with robbery under arms, following intense investigations into last week Thursday’s multi-million-dollar robbery committed on the Guyana Stockfeeds Limited at Farm, East Bank Demerara.
On Tuesday Troy Greenidge, 23, of Industrial Site Squatting Area, Ruimveldt; Adrian Greene, called “Miguel Johnson” of Cato Street, Agricola; Hudley Sampson, 37, of Friendship, East Bank Demerara; Silvester Vanderhyden, 23, of Remus Street, Agricola and Ulanda King, 33, of Grove Public Road, East Bank Demerara all appeared before Magistrate Leslie Sobers and were all charged with nine counts of armed robbery, committed on the employees of the stockfeed company.
At that time the arrest warrant was issued for Cordis, called “Dottie” of Grove, East Bank Demerara, who is said to be the mastermind of the entire operations and who remains at large.
Around 13:15 hours on last week Thursday, six men, two of them armed with shotguns and the others with handguns, invaded Guyana Stockfeeds Limited and made off with some $10.6M, along with personal cash, cell phones and other valuables from the employees.
They also took away a .38 revolver from one of the security guards on duty.
Police anti-crime patrols were alerted through their radio network and roadblocks were established at strategic locations and nine persons were initially held.
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