Police are investigating the report made of a robbery of two U.S. nationals who are medical students in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

David Hobby, 56, and Joshua Lweiyla, 25, were robbed last Thursday.

Reports are that on Thursday, July 26, at 10:40 a.m. at Ratho Mill, an unknown man, armed with a gun, robbed both men of EC$50 in cash and a quantity of items valued at US$1,580.

Police are urging anyone with information to contact the Officer in charge of the Calliaqua Police Station at 1-784-458-4200.

2 replies on “Medical students robbed at gunpoint”

  1. Is it time for the force to set up a tipline/crime hotline, what if the officer in charge is not in officer that number certainly seems like a landline. The standard of the Force really needs to improve inorder to be inline with modern inovations used in forces around the region and possibly around the world.

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