Cops track stolen goods within hours of break-in

| 13/10/2016 | 6 Comments

(CNS): Officers investigating a break-in Wednesday evening at a condo complex in West Bay recovered the stolen items within two hours, though they have not made any arrests. The police said that they responded to the burglary report at about 4:30pm yesterday at Coco Breeze Close in West Bay. The day-time break-in was discovered when the resident returned home shortly before calling the police and found that cash, a laptop, other electronics and jewellery had been taken.

Just an hour and a half later the laptop and other electronics were recovered during a police operation at another West Bay address. “The property was returned to the complainant later in the evening. No arrests have yet been made in the matter,” the RCIPS stated.

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  1. Sunrise says:

    I must say that this is very impressive, for at least three months now, we have had some quick and successful arrests made. I want to say to the RCIPS, well done and keep up the good work!! You all need to be commended when it is due, it is not an easy job with all the nuts out there. As said in an earlier comment, let us be vigilant also and help when we can. There is no excuse, for so much crime on such a small island!! Let us continued to be blessed, as the safest place in the world!!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good news but why no arrests?

  3. Anonymous says:

    just set up bait cars with minature tracking devices….
    you could round up all the local crooks in a month….

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s good to see and hear what the Police is doing since there is new leadership, also i encourage everyone if you see something that is suspicious to report it immediately.

  5. frangipani says:

    Oh my! can’t believe this. We must be getting smarter police these days. Thank heaven!! or was this just a stroke of luck?

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