Police Investigate Break-In and Theft at High Court Building


An ongoing high-level police investigation is underway following a reported break-in and theft at the High Court Building in St John’s.

Preliminary information indicates that the incident occurred sometime between Thursday night and early Friday morning.

Specific details regarding the nature of the items stolen and the circumstances of the break-in remain limited at this time.

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  1. This is happening too often now. By now the depositions and evidence for the Passport Cases are gone. Lord have mercy.

  2. How many times now? That place has been broken into multiple times.What a damn joke and a disgrace.Why are there no cameras inside and outside of that building? Why that important building is not fully alarmed?It should set up with motion detectors inside and be monitored by the Police

  3. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the High Court of Justice ought to be a safe and secure place. Many a evidentiary materials are held there and their loss can mean the difference between prosecuting or not prosecuting important criminal cases. Even if the high court is continously manned by 24 ×7 security, the court should be fitted with surveillance cameras. There are people who are very interested in seeing important pieces of evidence removed from the court. The lapse in security in my view amounts to carelessness.

  4. …no thing, as in no thing
    …’tis, the only thing
    …which happens, by mistake!
    …all other’s are by,
    …#default! #design! #destiny!
    …as, time is left, in its own wake!


  5. There must be reasons why that important building is not properly and highly secured since it benefits some individuals why it’s not.

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