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Micoud Woman Injured During Home Invasion


An Anse Ger, Micoud, woman sustained multiple injuries during a home invasion in the wee hours of Sunday morning.

But the injuries were not life-threatening.

According to reports, a masked man armed with a machete entered the woman’s home at about 3:30 am and attacked her, fleeing when the woman called out to others in the house for help.

The victim, who is in her thirties, sustained lacerations to her hands and has received medical attention.

There are no further details at present.

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  1. These criminals might one day enter the wrong ń•ouse at the right time, and only then we might here Mary Francis

  2. This is a very common occurrence in our country these days. If it is not a home invasion, someone or a couple is ambushed while walking or leaving a party. Gone are the days when one could have gone out to enjoy themselves and return to their homes safely. Some idiot or a gang of idiots are always on hand to rob them of their valuables. It’s time that something be done to these fools. Let Mary cry foul afterwards.

  3. A man home has one law, criminals enter and they leave in a lifeless state. We should not be afraid of criminals they should be afraid of us

  4. They refuse to go and work in the private sector for 3 ec dollars an hour to buy their house, car and land…


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