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That's cus the higher up are in on it.matix wrote:Sad part of these countless robberies is that nothing is being done. So many videos and the faces are recognizable, yet these men still roaming around.
Richard Eshan Ramanan wrote:Black panther gets knocked out by Bruce Lee.
Rovin's Audio wrote:i hope ppl didnt feel i make this thread for cheap politicking - its for information sharing & awareness of crime happening in TT
serious business not entertainment
another angle of d sando jewellery heist ...
https://www.facebook.com/caughtontapeTT ... 776999775/
Customs Officer charged with importing US $150,000
A Customs Officer 2, with over 15 years’ service with the Customs and Excise Division, is expected to appear before an Arima Magistrate on Thursday, charged with the March 12 importation of prohibited goods and importation of concealed goods to deceive Customs officials.
Radesh Ramnath 44, of Penal, was arrested at Amerijet Caribbean Express Limited Bond Piarco, after US$149,960 in cash was allegedly found concealed in seven packs of Hanes vests, in a manner calculated to deceive Customs officials, contrary to the Customs Act.
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Ttps killed two men in morvant this morning...residents are presently blocking the roads with burning debris in the vicinity of coconut drive
Three arrested in boldface High Street robbery
POLICE have arrested three of the men they believe were involved in Tuesday's robbery of a jewellery store at High Street, San Fernando.
Three men ran into RT Jewellers at around 10.45a.m, pushed the security guard to the ground and in less than 30 seconds, smashed the show cases and stole the jewels.
Shoppers and store workers were traumatised by the attack, and the men left with valuables worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The criminals walked out of the store and through nearby Carlton Centre.
Officers of the San Fernando CID responded and obtained CCTV footage from the jewellery store and adjacent businesses to track down the thieves.
Senior Superintendent Zamsheed Mohammed said on Thursday that three men were in custody, and some of the jewellery had been recovered and identified by the owner.
More suspects are being sought, he said.