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Posted: November 28, 2011
K'Shema Francis's picture

Entertainer Blak Ryno is appealing to the perpetrator(s) for return of his passport.  

The singjay was robbed over the weekend after the motor vehicle he was driving was broken into by unknown assailants and several items stolen. Blak Ryno who has an upcoming tour of the Caribbean is asking for leniency.



The incident occurred on Friday night (November 25th) in the vicinity of Burlington Avenue near the offices of Supreme Promotions while Ryno was in attendance at a meeting. It was thereafter that the entertainer discovered thieves had broken into his car and removed several pieces of clothing along with his passport and other travel documents. 

The Half-Way-Tree police are investigating.

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