Two juveniles were among four persons arrested for larceny by officers of the Tableland Police station and the Emergency Response Patrol (ERP) over the weekend.
According to police reports, the victim reported that he secured his business at approximately 11.50 pm on May 8th and left.
Around 2.30 am a noise awoke him. Upon checking his CCTV footage, he saw three persons jumping over the wall of his business and entering a silver-grey Nissan Cube. The man then made checks to his business and discovered six exhaust catalysts valued at $60,000 missing.
He contacted the Police and PC Osundu from the Tableland Police Station, along with officers of the South ERP, intercepted a Nissan Cube.
The vehicle had four occupants, the driver, who is a 40-year-old man of Endeavour, Chaguanas, a 28-year-old man, a 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy, all of Jernigham Junction, Cunupia.
Officers searched the vehicle, and the six exhaust catalysts were found. The four persons were arrested and conveyed to the Tableland Police station. PC Osundu is continuing enquiries.