Two more suspects were arrested overthe weekend in relation tothe Six Million Kina robbery involving G4S guards.
Police arrestedthe two suspects between Laloki and Brown River outside Port Moresby.
Divisional Commander for NCD Central, Jim Andrews, saysthese two, who are also G4S employees, have provided good leads intothe robbery that will help police intheir investigations.
He also said police have details ofthe two ther vehicles involved inthe robbery, and he’s calling onthe owners ofthese vehicles to voluntarily surrender to police.
Mr Andrews futher said G4S management has promised to come up with a bounty which is yet to be announced. This will encourage people to come forward with information that could lead tothe arrest of more suspects.
G4S management has so far assisted police with two vehicles and Mr Andrews is happy withthe assistance thus far.
He has again made an appeal tothe public to report to police any persons moving around with huge sums of money.
The robbery took place onthe 4th of October when four G4S guards were transferring more than Six Million Kina (K6m) of Maybank’s money to Bank oPNG.
Caption: Divisional Commander for NCD Central, Jim Andrews.
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