Security Guard

Security guard murdered

A 41-year-old security guard has been shot and killed.

Shortly before 8 pm Wednesday evening, Paul Rajkumar, a security guard attached to Shields Security Services got into an altercation with a man.

During the fracas which took place at an establishment near Albion Plaza, Victoria Avenue, the assailant pulled out a gun and shot Rajkumar several times about the body.

The father of four was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival. Investigations are ongoing.

 

Caught on Camera: CCTV video shows security guard shot from behind while pursuing bandit

Security guard Matthew Pierre was running ahead of the bandit who shot him in his leg at RRM Plaza in San Fernando this morning.

CCTV footage recovered from the scene of a show one man darting toward the exit of the building, with Pierre running behind him.

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Pierre was in pursuit of the first man when another bandit behind him is seen pointing his gun toward Pierre.

It was at that point that Pierre was shot.

Cigarette bandits murder security guard in Maturita

Police are investigating the shooting death of a security guard in Maturita, Arima this morning.

Initial reports indicate that the killers came to rob a delivery truck of cigarettes.

According to reports, the guard was on security duty on the delivery truck when it stopped at a shop on Kingdom Drive, Maturita.

It was then that the assailants shot him and escaped with the vehicle, which was later found abandoned in the Heights of Guanapo, minus the cigarettes

Security guard goes beyond call of duty to help elderly pensioners

Just recently, a supermarket packer shot into fame when she was filmed helping and feeding a differently-abled man who had come to her grocery.

Among the many negatives, her story was a refreshing reminder that there is still a lot of good in many people.

And one Facebook user has highlighted yet another positive, this time of a security helping an elderly woman to cash her pension cheque.

Zaak Mustapha wrote on his page: