Thieves Target Child-Development Center, Steal Food, Electronics, and Cleaning Products
A child-development center located in Upper Gambles was recently targeted by thieves, who broke into the establishment and made away with a quantity of food, cleaning products, and electronic items.
According to reports, the incident occurred between 6:30 p.m. on April 18 and 6:55 a.m. on April 19 at the R.S.E.A. Child Development center.
The Police have launched an investigation into the incident, which saw the intruders gaining entry by using force to break several western awning windows.
Once inside, the thieves ransacked the kitchen, taking foodstuff and cleaning products.
In addition, a 50-inch Samsung flat-screen television was stolen from the playroom, along with two Insignia television sets from an office area.
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Not condoning this behaviour, but when people are unemployed and hungry they resort to illegal means to survive. The government keep allowing people in the country knowing there are no jobs for them and the young people graduating from high school. It is sad to say but until the government controls immigration and young people can find gainful employment, the situation will get worse.
People a thief food tells me them hungry. The TV sets are for sale. Has anyone been offered a stolen tv to buy? Tell the police. Or you can’t afford a tv and so happy to get one cheap?
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