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Thieves target Patricia D. James Secondary School

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Thieves forced their way into the Patricia D. James Secondary School and fled the premises with food supplies.
According to information obtained by MBC Prime, the bandits made their way in after they jumped over a wall and forced their way into the kitchen school door.
Employees boarded up doors Wednesday, October 6 after thieves attempted to invaded two other rooms at It’s the latest in a string of burglaries occuring at various schools on island.
The incident according to information occurred during the hours of Tuesday evening and the wee hours of Wednesday.
School authorities did not want to comment on the matter.

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Two arrested following burglary at Entrepot Secondary School

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Police have two suspects in custody in connection with a burglary at the Entrepot Secondary School. An alarm alerted Marchand police officers who responded to the scene where they encountered the three male suspects. Police managed to nab two of the burglars who attempted to scale a nearby fence in an attempt to flee the crime scene. One suspect is still at large according to police reports. The intruders effected their break-in sometimes after 3 am Thursday.

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Vendors Association President expresses concern for his safety

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President of the St Lucia Craft and Dry Goods Vendors Association, Peter’ “Ras Ipa’ Isaac has dispel rumors of being seriously shot at his Bocage home. Isaac’s statement follows after receiving several calls expressing concern for his safety as callers informed him of the rumours circulating over social media.

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Missing Child Home Safe, Police encourages members of the public to be responsible with circulation of information

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force has dispelled social media reports of an increase in missing children. Police have conducted thorough investigations and found no credible tips following various audio recordings that have recently surfaced on social media.

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