Trending Now: 3 Men Robbed, But Who Is Alicia?

By Demion McTair. Updated 8:15 p.m., Thursday May 7, 2020, Atlantic Standard Time (GMT-4).

Discussion – One man travelled more than 15 miles across St. Vincent, from Richland Park to Layou, to meet a mysterious woman and was robbed on March 3, 2020.

Two other men traveled about three miles, from Campden Park to Layou, to meet a mysterious woman on May 2, 2020 and were robbed at gunpoint.

According to an official release from the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force, the male resident from Richland Park was robbed of one (1) Samsung Galaxy S10, while the two male residents of Campden Park were robbed of their property valued over EC$1100.

The complainant from Richland Park was robbed after communicating with a female who claimed that she was living at Layou. He said he had made plans with the female to meet at the playing field at Layou; and on his arrival there, he was robbed by two (2) armed masked men at gunpoint.

The complainants from Campden Park reported that prior to being robbed, they made plans with a female who identified herself as “Alicia” to meet at the Layou Playing Field, where they were eventually robbed.

But, who is “Alicia”?

We do not know, but details through reports, about the person(s) mode of operating could give clues:

Alicia” could be an alias/nickname/ pseudonym for one individual or a group of people operating covertly through an individual name.

Alicia” had one meeting place: the Layou Playing Field.

Alicia” managed to conceal her identity.

Alicia” had things well-planned out.

Alicia” could well be someone trapped into a dangerous scheme by other persons and is being coerced into these acts.

The police is asking the general public to take note of these occurrences and not to be lured into situation of a similar nature.

Accordingly, anyone has any information that will aid in the investigations; the arrest and prosecution of the offender(s) are asked to contact the Assistant Commissioner of Police in charge of Crime at 1-784-4561339 or the Officer in charge of the South Western Division at 1-784-458-7329 or any Police Officer/Station that they are comfortable with. All information will be treated confidentially.

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