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Security manager robbed of gun
Four masked gunmen stormed into the home of an Innovative Security manager and held his family under siege for almost 30 minutes, before robbing him of his service revolver, cash and other valuables. Investigators said Suresh Ramsumair, 67, was asleep with his family at their Todds Street, San Fernando home around 4.30 am yesterday when he heard a loud noise outside. When he investigated, he saw four men, dressed in black shouldering their way inside the house.
The robbers tied up Ramsumair and ransacked the house. They stole several laptop computers, cellular phones, jewelry, and a 9mm semi automatic pistol, loaded with nine rounds of ammunition. The thieves then left the family bound and gagged in a room, before fleeing in a waiting car. The value of the cash and jewels could not be ascertained up to late yesterday. Police have since launched a search for the thieves. Corporal David of the San Fernando police is continuing investigations.
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