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28 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday : :

In what is described as a “slight increase” in of B-12, B-13 and B-14 Sunny motorcars in the southern a senior police officer pleaded with owners to secure their vehicles by anti-theft devices.

The officer also asked owners replace the locks to the of their vehicle and the key slots to the once it becomes worn. Up to officers of the Southern Division still searching for the car thieves who the space of about five on Tuesday, stole four two of which police reported parked in the car park of the San Fernando Hospital.

In the first incident, police at about 7.45 am, a 44 year old school teacher parked and her white B-13 Nissan at Lady Hailes Avenue, San in the vicinity of the WASA facility. to a police report, the teacher a few hours later and discovered the valued at $37,000 missing.

And at 9.30 am, while a party of were investigating the first they were informed a 22-year-old clerk of Tarouba Marabella parked and secured her B- 12 Nissan Sunny at the San Fernando Hospital (SFGH) Car Park and away. She returned at 2:45pm and the was not there.

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The car is valued at $25,000. The third was a 46-year-old man who told police at 10.00 am he parked his blue Bluebird Wagon valued at along Irving Street, San and returned at 10.30 am and discovered the missing. A 35-year-old man also his grey B 12 Nissan Sunny at the hospital car park only to at 4.00 pm to find the vehicle at $28,000 missing.

Up to yesterday police said of the cars have been

Meanwhile police said believe they made headway” into smashing a car ring with the recovery of stolen vehicles and the arrest of two The men, aged 49 and 25 from Ste and Point Fortin were during a police exercise began at about 2 am on Wednesday, and was by ASP Zamsheed Mohammed and included Smith, Manwarren, Cpl Smith and PCs Mendoza and Mohammed.

The senior officer said, “We the thieves are operating in gangs San Fernando and Marabella. We are trying to nab persons and recover those In the meantime we ask owners especially of B-13s B-14,s be very and properly secure their

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