– 2 in custodyThieves stormed a Subryanville, Georgetown home early Tuesday morning, leaving the family traumatised.This newspaper was told that about 03:30h on Tuesday, four men exited a yellow Toyota Raum and broke in to the Lot 62 Fourth Avenue and Church Road home of 43-year-old cattle farmer Ryad Bacchus and his family.Brazen thieves broke into a Subryanville home on TuesdayBacchus explained that the family was asleep at time the bandits broke through a section of their home, and then made off with a number of valuable household items.According to Bacchus, he awoke about 04:00h for his usual morning prayers and it was then his wife noticed items missing from the home.“At about 4 o’clock we woke up and my wife discovered the television missing; she went downstairs and saw the board from the bottom of the house [ripped] out,” Bacchus noted.He also told this publication that he then made repeated calls to the 911 number, but all proved futile. As such, he proceeded to the Kitty Police Station. “I jumped in the car and went to Kitty Police Station and wake up de Police them,” he related.Meanwhile, late Tuesday afternoon, Guyana Times was informed that the Police have captured two men with a water pump and vacuum belonging to Bacchus.This newspaper was told that the men are being held at the West Ruimveldt Police Station.On Thursday, a Herstelling, East Bank Demerara man was briefly hospitalised after he was beaten by several armed men posing as Police Officers. The bandits made off with jewellery and an undisclosed amount of cash. This follows over 20 robberies in the Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara area over the last week. Police investigations are continuing.