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Police find ‘significant’ cache of stolen items

Police announced the seizure of “significant” suspected stolen items that were being prepared for shipment overseas.

The tools and building materials were discovered during a “recent police exercise”, a spokesman said.

Along with building supplies, police intercepted industrial and household power tools, gardening equipment, appliances, household items, electrical and plumbing supplies, and cleaning supplies.

Police asked the public, and particularly business owners and building contractors who may have recently had items stolen from work sites, vehicles, residential or commercial properties, to get in touch.

They should contact Detective Constable Timothy Harvey at tharvey@bps.bm or, Detective Constable Crai-Che’ Hall at chall@bps.bm, or telephone 247-1744.

Anyone contacting should give a description of the stolen item or items for a comparison to be made.

Police asked for serial numbers, invoices or unique markings as proof of ownership.

In the event of a match, the police can invite the possible owner to view the item to identify them.

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Published February 09, 2023 at 7:57 am (Updated February 09, 2023 at 7:57 am)

Police find ‘significant’ cache of stolen items

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