Electrician’s new Allion carjacked in Sophia

Forty-three-year-old Corwin Griffith, an electrician, was on Monday evening relieved of his Toyota Allion motor car bearing registration number PXX 4871 by passengers who wanted to be taken to Sophia, Greater Georgetown.
The incident is said to have occurred at about 22:20 hours.
According to information received, Griffith of West Minister, La Parfaite Harmonie, West Coast Demerara (WCD), was operating as a private hire service at the time of the incident.
On the day in question, the victim reportedly picked up a man along with a female in the vicinity of America Street, Georgetown, who requested to be taken to D Field Sophia.
The male is dark in complexion and medium built with low cut hair while his female accomplice is also dark in complexion, medium built with braided hair.
At the time of the incident, the man was said to be clad in a grey jersey with a pair of black short pants and the female was wearing a romper suit.
The two suspects were carrying two black plastic bags which were placed in the trunk of the car before they entered the vehicle.
The driver took the suspects to last street, D Field Sophia, as requested.
Upon arrival, the driver exited the car to take out the bags for his “customers” and it was then the male suspect hopped into the driver’s seat and sped away.
A report was subsequently lodged at the Turkeyen Police Station and an investigation was launched. Up to press time, neither the car nor the suspects were located.