Passport, $$ stolen at Sando hospital

By Susan Mohammed

AN employee of the San Fernando General Hospital has reported to police that her passport, cash and shoes were stolen from the hospital’s compound this week. 

 A police report said a 64 year-old wardmaid reported she left her passport, $3,000 and a pair of shoes valued $200 in her locker on Sunday. 

On Wednesday, she made a check in her loc­ker and the items were missing. 

She reported the incident to the San Fernando Police Station and PC Khan is continuing investigations. 

In an unrelated incident, a 48-year-old Prin­ces Town man is expec­-

ted to appear before a San Fernando Magistrate for malicious damage. 

The victim, Eric Roberts, of Royal Road, San Fer­nando, told police that on April 1, he was at home when he was awakened by a loud noise. 

Roberts told police he looked outside and observed the suspect, of St Croix Road, Lengua, pour­ing a corrosive substance on the bonnet and bumper of his Nissan Tiida car. 

The victim raised an alarm and the suspect ran away. 

The damage was estimated at $1,300. 


The suspect was arrested and charged by WPC Matthews of the Mon Repos Police Station. 


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