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Monday, December 09, 2013
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Thieves make off with cop’s car
Police are investigating an early morning incident in Arima yesterday, in which a police officer’s car was stolen from in front of his home. According to reports, around midnight on Saturday, the officer, who is assigned to the Police Service’s band, secured his brown Mitsubishi Lancer in front of his home at Cleaver Heights, Arima. The 30-year-old officer contacted Arima police after he woke up shortly before 6 am and found that his car was missing. The officer reported that he left a $20,000 trumpet, a firearm holster and a quantity of cash in the vehicle. The vehicle was valued at $45,000. Members of the public who may have information that may lead to the recovery of the vehicle and its contents are asked to contact PC Dillon at 667–3563.
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