Police are investigating damages to property in Rockies

Police are investigating damages to property in Rockies

Police are investigating a series of Reports Damage to Property which occurred at Rockies involving Motor Vehicles.

On 19.10.2018 a 54-year-old Cashier of Rockies reported that between 8:00 am on the 16.10.2018 and 8:00 am on the 19.10.2018, some unknown person(s) damaged the left rear triangle glass of Motor Vehicle P-8618, (value unknown) by smashing it with an unknown object. In addition to the damages, a quantity of clothing value $10.00 EC belonging to the complainant was also stolen.

A 35 years old Clerk of Rockies also made a report of damage to property against some unknown person(s). According to initial investigations, the right rear triangle glass of motor vehicle P-2803 was smashed with an unknown object and one (1) black and gold cordless microphone value $200.00ECC and two (2) white t-shirts printed “Yellow Band” value $100.00ECC was stolen from the vehicle. The incident occurred between 5:00 pm on 18.10.2018 and 8:30 am on 19.10.2018.

Additionally, a 54 years old Program Officer of Redemption Sharpes reported against unknown person(s) for damage to Property. Initial investigations revealed that some unknown person(s) smashed the right rear triangle window of Motor Vehicle PL-1955 valued at $300.00ECC with an unknown object. The incident occurred between 9:00 am on 18.10.2018 and 4:30 am on 19.10.2018.

Police also received a report of Damage to property from a 70 years old Plumber of Rockies. The right triangle glass of motor vehicle PR-719 value $240.00ECC was smashed. One (1) Camouflage hat value $40.00ECC was also stolen from the vehicle; the property of the complainant. The incident occurred between 10:00 pm on 18.10.2018 and 6:45 am on 19.10.2018.
Police are urging the residents of Rockies to exercise diligence and are also encouraging anyone with information that would assist in these investigations to call the officer in charge of the Criminal Investigations Department at 1784-456-1810. The public is also urged to report any/all suspicious activities to the police.