Police questioning 23-year-old woman who tried to money stolen cheque
NASSAU, BAHAMAS — A food store owner in western New Windfall was robbed as she attempted to open the business yesterday morning.
In accordance with police, the lady was approached by two men armed with handguns who forced her to get back into her automotive and drove her to a bushy area on Coral Harbour Road shortly before 9am.
The lads allegedly robbed her of an undisclosed amount of money, forced her to sign a cheque and subsequently tied her with tape.
“The proprietor was capable of untie herself and subsequently reported the matter,” read the police statement.
Lower than two hours later, police arrested a 23-year-old woman of East Street who was attempting to money the cheque at a banking institution in southwestern New Windfall.