Forty-nine-year-old John McKenzie, a vendor who operates a coconut stand on a 24h basis at Bourda Market, Georgetown, was on Sunday relieved of two gold chains and a sum of cash when two men armed with handguns robbed him as he was sitting at his stand.Police preliminary investigations reveal that McKenzie was sitting at his stand at about 01:10h on Sunday when he was approached by the two armed men. One of the men reportedly pointed a handgun at McKenzie and relieved him of the items, while his accomplice, who also was armed with a handgun, stood guard.After committing the act, the men joined a small silver-grey motorcar which was parked several feet away and made good their escape.Following a Police probe, one of the bandits has been identified as 21-year-old Shane Allison, a miner of Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara, who eventually was on Sunday morning shot by an armed security officer after he reportedly drew a gun at the officer.On Sunday last, Allison and two other men had been seen acting in a suspicious manner, and when the security officer approached them, Allison pointed a gun in the security guard’s direction. In retaliation, the security officer discharged several rounds, hitting Allision once. His two alleged accomplices were also arrested. Investigations are ongoing.