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Swede robbed of $22,000 camera

Thursday, March 10, 2011

A male resident of Sweden was robbed of his camera at Old St Joseph Road, Laventille, around 9.30 Monday morning, the foreigner told police. The Swede was walking under the overpass when he felt a pull from behind.  He turned around and saw a man running off with his Nikon B300 camera and lens valued at $22,300. The suspect, who escaped in the direction of Beetham Gardens, was described as being of African descent, dark in complexion, approximately six feet tall, slim built and with a low haircut. The Swede did not give chase.

Inquiries are continuing. Meanwhile, a male resident of Jamaica, who is staying at an inn in Port-of-Spain, checked his suitcase for a pouch containing US$3,000 and realised it was missing on Monday morning. He told the police that last saw the  money around 8 am on Friday. In the intervening period, several people had access to the room. Inquiries are continuing.

Anyone with information on these and other crimes can contact 555.
It’s free and confidential.
—Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Public Affairs Unit


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