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Man posing as security guard robs Caribbean Airlines | Caribbean

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad-  Caribbean Airline was robbed of more than TT$80,000 on Monday by a man posing as a security guard.

The thief managed to deceive employees at the Piarco International Airport by dressing in the uniform of the security company and claiming that he was there to conduct a cash in transit.

A total of TT$83,000 was then handed over to him by Caribbean Airlines employees who later learned that the man was an imposter.  

Trinidad police reported that they are currently searching for the bandit and that they are using all resources to retrieve the stolen money. 

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Man Pretending To Be Security Guard Robs Caribbean Air­lines In Trinidad | RJR News

In Trinidad, a man pretending to be a guard from a promi­nent security firm robbed Caribbean Air­lines of a large sum of mon­ey at Pi­ar­co In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port on Monday.


Po­lice said the bag con­tained close to $100,000.


It’s reported that the man went up to the counter af­ter 11 a.m. pre­tend­ing to be the se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer who had ar­rived to col­lect cash from sales.


Dionne Ligoure, CAL’s head of Cor­po­rate Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, con­firmed that an undis­closed sum of mon­ey was stolen.


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Brockway man faces felony charge for assaulting DuBois woman

The woman described the individuals, stating that one was a tall, skinny African American male, another was a blond Caucasian woman and the third …
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Juwdah Man Sings About Senseless Killings in Jamaica

by Howard Campbell. NEW JERSEY – It's been one year since singer Juwdah Man released his first song, Nuh More Senseless Killing, which …
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Jamaican-born man has work permit reinstated, plans to in Canada stay for now

Rayner, seen in a CBC story from 2011, was known for his singing and dancing when he worked at Tim Hortons in the Aquarena in St. John’s. (CBC)


Machel Rayner, the Jamaican-born man who feared having to leave his adopted country of Canada, has had his work permit reinstated by the Newfoundland and Labrador government. 

Rayner, 31, received tremendous support after a CBC News story aired Thursday morning on his plight to stay in the province.

By late Thursday afternoon, Rayner received word that his work permit had been reopened, allowing him to stay and work in the province until an appeals hearing in January.

His appeal, however, could still be denied, but the move by provincial officials allows him to continue to make money for him…

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South African man hands thugs $60K in Bitcoin after heinous torturing

It seems cryptocurrency scammers aren’t afraid of using more old school tactics in order to extort Bitcoin BTC from their victims.

A man from South Africa was purportedly attacked for his Bitcoin by someone he met on Facebook, according to local news outlet, the Soweto Urban.

The attack took place on November 16 where the man, known as Andrew, was lured to give a presentation about Bitcoin in Ntuli Street in Meadowlands Zone Five, the report states.

It appears Andrew was drugged shortly after entering the premises to give his presentation. The Bitcoin trader claimed that a “drug-infused” cloth was used to cover his face, causing him to pass out. When he awoke, he claims to have been in a different location.

According to local police reports, Andrew was…

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