Monday, April 15, 2024

More night security in place


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Less than 24 hours after Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner was attacked and robbed by an unknown assailant in the Warrens, SuperCentre car park, management of the complex has stepped up security.
SuperCentre’s director of operations Neville Brewster told the WEEKEND NATION that following the Wednesday night incident, two uniformed guards from G4S would be patrolling the car park from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Brewster said that management of the complex, which was owned by the Barbados Shipping & Trading Group (BS&T), was concerned not only about security in the car park, but also across Barbados. While wishing Garner a full and speedy recovery, the director said he hoped that the perpetrator would be brought to justice as swiftly as possible.
“SuperCentre recognizes this unfortunate incident and we certainly reaffirm that the safety of our staff and our customers is paramount to us. We have and will continue to put measures in place to militate against any such occurrences on our premises.”
Read the full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION.

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