Police are investigating possible connection between two robberies perpetrated against Beryllium security teams in Portmore, St. Catherine.

Head of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communication Unit, Senior Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, says there’re similarities between the two incidents which need to be probed.

The latest robbery took place Sunday afternoon at a Scotiabank ATM at the Braeton Park Way.

The attack left three security guards injured, while the perpetrators escaped with a yet undetermined sum of money.

SSP Lindsay says the security guards were rushed to the hospital and are being treated.

The police have also recovered two motorcars that were reportedly used by the gunmen.

The cars were found abandoned in the Lakes Pen area of the parish.

Several videos of the intense shootout between the guards and the gunmen have been circulating on social media.

Just weeks ago a similar attack, also at the Portmore Pines Plaza, left one guard dead and another injured.

The thieves made off with 10 million dollars in cash.

SSP Lindsay says the police will be working with Beryllium to assess their security vulnerabilities.

Senior Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, Head of the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit.