Shocking Details Unveiled About Beryllium Robbery
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In a harrowing incident, Jamaica’s Beryllium security team faced another life-threatening attack, narrowly escaping unharmed! Gunmen opened fire during an attempted robbery in St Elizabeth, causing minor damage to the Beryllium Limited-owned vehicle. This marks the second assault after a fatal incident in February.
In the previous attack at a JN Bank ATM in Portmore Pines Plaza, one team member lost their life. In March, armed robbers targeted Beryllium security officers at a Scotiabank ATM, fleeing with over $23 million. Six individuals are now in custody related to that incident.
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson addressed the situation, emphasizing a rise in attacks on cash-handling sources. Criminals, impacted by law enforcement actions, are turning to high-cash targets like ATMs and courier services. Anderson highlighted the need for stringent measures against such activities, revealing that one of the detainees faces 12 charges from a previous attack.
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