Police in St Vincent and the Grenadines have apprehended two individuals they believe were involved in the robbery of the Grenada Union of Teachers Credit Union in Carriacou approximately two weeks ago.
The identities of the men seen in surveillance videos after the robbery of the Grenada Union of Teachers Credit Union in Carriacou two weeks ago are yet to be revealed.
According to reports out of St Vincent, two men have been arrested in connection with the Oct. 11 robbery of the credit union in Carriacou.
The men were arrested in St. Vincent and the Grenadines last week Friday morning.
GBN spoke with head of the Public Relation’s Office, Superintendent Vannie Curwen via telephone and he said that local law enforcement officers are working with the St Vincent and the Grenadines police to have the accused men return to Grenada.
The men were nabbed in St Vincent after police in Grenada issued a wanted bulletin for the men and had notified regional and international law enforcement agencies of the alleged crime.
The men are alleged to have robbed the Carriacou branch of the Grenada Union of Teachers Credit Union of an undisclosed sum of money around 8:30 a.m. on Oct. 11.
The credit union confirmed an incident at the Carriacou branch which they termed “a security breach by two individuals.”