Teacher, UN employee robbed at gunpoint in home invasion
Police are on the hunt for three men, who tied up two women at their Lot 165 Lamaha Springs, Georgetown home in the wee hours of Thursday morning and robbed them at gunpoint.
News Room was reliably informed that 52-year-old Jacqueline Percival, a teacher and 50-year-old Elizabeth Percival, a Programme Assistant at the United Nations, were asleep between 00:10hrs and 02:20hrs when the three males entered their home, through the Eastern door, held them at gunpoint, bound their hands with scotch tape and relieved them of several items. Two of the men were armed.
They took from Jacqueline a quantity of gold jewellery, $100,000 in cash and one S2 Samsung Galaxy cellphone, while Elizabeth was relieved $125,000 in cash, a quantity of gold jewellery and one flat screen television.
After the gunmen escaped, Jacqueline managed to untie herself and released Elizabeth. Investigations are ongoing.