Another GEB uniform stolen

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Another GEB uniform stolen

Another uniform belonging to an officer attached to the Guard and Emergency Branch (GEB) has been stolen – this time from the unit’s headquarters at Garden Road, Aranguez, San Juan.

This latest theft of a GEB uniform, comes after two sets of uniforms belonging to officers from the GEB assigned to duty at the Prime Minister’s residence in St Ann’s were reported missing on May 13.

This time, a uniform was removed from the locker of a GEB officer stationed at San Juan.

The sergeant claimed to have secured his locker in the dormitory around 7.30 am on Monday (May 14) before leaving.

Reporting for duty around 6.15 am the next day, the officer allegedly found the top of the right door to the locker bent.

Upon checking, he discovered several items missing, including a pair of TTPS-issued camouflage pants, a Blackhawk VIPOSXT pistol light valued at US$240 and a Viking tactics two-point padded sling with a pair of blue Force Gear quick-detach swivels valued at US$130.

Officers from the North Eastern Division’s CSI Unit processed and photographed the scene, however, no workable fingerprints were found.

Investigations are ongoing.