Armed robbers struck at a gas station this morning, escaping with an undisclosed sum of money and leaving a manager nursing a gunshot wound.
According to Acting Assistant Superintendant David Welch, police are investigating the robbery which occurred at the Six Roads Service Station, St. Philip, around 1 a.m.
During the incident, the proprietor, received a non life-threating gunshot injury to his foot. He was also robbed of an undisclosed sum of money and his vehicle stolen.
When a team from Barbados TODAY visited the proprietor’s residence, they were told by members of the household that he was resting after the ordeal but declined to give any further comment.
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