Armed bandits storm kindergarten
By RHONDOR DOWLAT Saturday, June 30 2007
TWENTY-NINE pre-schoolers between the age of five and nine faced death when two gunmen stormed a Longdenville, Chaguanas kindergarten school, announcing a hold-up and making off with a teacher’s car and $800 in cash yesterday.
Police sources said the children were left traumatised by the manner in which the bandits stormed the school and started shouting and waving their guns. Up to late yesterday, Central Division police were still searching several areas for the bandits.
According to a police report, at about 10 am, the bandits stormed the Ragoonanan Road Early Childhood Care and Education Centre and announced a hold-up. The men, police said demanded that the teachers — Melissa Dass, 26, and Nadira Samaroo, 25, hand over cash and the keys to their vehicles. Before leaving, the bandits ordered the two teachers and a parent — Melissa Adolphus — into a washroom and warned the women not to come out or else. After closing the door, the bandits walked out of the school with the 29 children innocently watching on. They managed to open Dass’ gold-coloured Toyota Corolla (PBZ 6309) and sped off.
Part of the $800 stolen was proceeds from a fund-raising event the school held to offset costs for a graduation ceremony.
An investigating officer said residents told them that for the past few days they noticed a blue Nissan Sentra with four men lurking near the school. Police were also told this same car was parked a short distance away from the school during the hold up. Residents claimed two men were in the blue car which sped off after Dass’ car left the compound of the Education centre.
Only fockin niggas from Enterprise would hold up ah fockin kindergarten. Wa d mudder cont really goin on in this country?
The imcompetent fockin police take ah fockin hour and ah half before they could arrive on the scene. Duncee head fockers.
Ah betcha nutten come of this.