Store owners appeal to police after break-ins

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Store owners in St. John’s are appealing to law enforcers to increase patrols at nights after thieves broke into their stores.

Happy Kids school uniform store on Lower Nevis Street was the latest establishment to be targeted by thieves.

The perpetrators made an opening in the wall to gain entrance to the store.

They took several items between Thursday night and early Friday morning.

Meanwhile, the owner of Prince Express said when she arrived on Monday of this week to open her business, she discovered that her store had been broken into.

Cash and several items were stolen from both stores.

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  1. Install motion sensor cameras around your businesses. When you leave your compound at the end of the day. You would set that sensor. That app should be downloaded onto your phones. When there are any movements within a certain distance from the perimeter of the businesses. It would be activated and buzz your phone. You would then be able to look at your phone and see what is going on. Then you could make a decision to call the Police to investigate. Please invest in the protection of your investments,your businesses. People too thief.

      • I do not sell anything.I have cameras around my property. They consists of Motion Sensor and CCTV 24 Hours recording cameras.

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