Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Passport, $$ stolen at Sando hospital

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.