Boat engine, cellphones, jewellery among stolen items recovered by Tobago cops

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Boat engine, cellphones, jewellery among stolen items recovered by Tobago cops

The Head of the Tobago Division is asking persons who may have had items stolen recently, to visit the Shirvan Road Police Station.

A woman and two men are assisting police with their investigation into stolen items recovered during an exercise conducted by the Tobago Division.

During the period, 11.55 a.m. on November 1st and 12.55 a.m. on November 2nd, officers of the Criminal Investigations Department attached to Shirvan Road and Scarborough Police Station conducted an exercise in the Shirvan Road, Scarborough and Crown Point districts.

Two search warrants were executed at Lambeau and Upper Scarborough. During the search, officers discovered an assortment of stolen items at both locations.

The items recovered at the locations are a boat engine, chainsaw, router set, backpack blower, generator, three Samsung cellphones, two iPhones, a pair of binoculars, speakers, a television set, a circular saw, an industrial grinder, a heavy-duty Dewalt Hilti, a pair of shears, three pairs of sneakers, three gold chains one with pendant, one gold ring, one silver ring and five watches.

A 20-year-old female from Diego Martin, a 20-year-old man originally from Mt. St. George, but currently of no fixed place of abode and a 22-year-old man also from Mt. St George were arrested pending charges.

Some of the stolen items have been identified.

The exercise was spearheaded by Insp Bacchus, Sgt. Wilson and included officers attached to the Divisional Task Force.
Investigations are ongoing.