Judge’s home robbed, police hunt for three suspects

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Judge’s home robbed, police hunt for three suspects

Three men who invaded the home of a High Court judge on Friday and stole thousands of dollar’s worth of items are being hunted by police. 

Investigating officers said while the workmen, Ezekiel Quammie and Andy Williams, were conducting the repairs on the home of Justice Marissa Robertson a black car with three occupants stopped at the front gate. 

The men exited the vehicle and confronted the workers. 

According to reports the workmen were robbed of their cellphones, together valued at $3,000, and $60 cash. 

After robbing the workmen, the bandits went into the home of Justice Robertson and stole jewelry as well as electronic items. 

Justice Robertson was not said to be at home at the time of the robbery. 

The judge was contacted by the workmen and informed of the incident. 

She then contacted police, who went to her home and processed the scene. 

In addition to the electronic items and jewelry, the judge later discovered undisclosed sums of Trinidad and Tobago and United States currency were missing from the house. 

Northern Division officers are continuing enquiries into the incident.