Six men who attempted to rob a poultry farmer but dashed those plans when an alarm was raised, have been arrested and are in Police custody.
According to the Police, poultry farmer, Michael Chang Yuen was at his East Bank Demerara home relaxing when he was awakened by noise coming from the outside of his house.
Upon investigating, he noticed four men in his yard and raised an alarm. The entire incident was captured on surveillance camera. The men dashed from the house and escaped in a motor car bearing registration number HC 4543.
However, the men were cornered at a road block on the Grove Public Road and were found with two 9 MM Glock Pistols along with twenty two live rounds, one Beretta Pistol with eleven live rounds, one .32 Taurus Pistol with six live rounds, one sledge hammer, two pairs of latex gloves and trade plates.
The Police said further investigation revealed that the motor car was relieved from the owner during a robbery under arms on March 25, 2018 at Princess Street, Georgetown.
The probe is ongoing.