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St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Arrests Made in Canouan Yacht Burglaries

By Sue Richards — last modified Dec 09, 2011 02:39 PM

Published: 2011-12-09 14:39:36
Topics: Piracy Reports 2011
Countries: St Vincent & the Grenadines

As reported by www.caribbeancompass.com

Four persons are presently in the custody of the police in Canouan, in the St. Vincent Grenadines, in respect of burglary of yachts in the waters of Canouan during the mid-October 2011 period.

In the possession of the police are also the following items: one digital camera, three i-Pods, one laptop computer and one cellular phone. The Police are trying to get in contact with the owners of the boats that were broken into, to seek their assistance in identifying their property and returning to the island to give evidence in the suspects’ trial.

If your boat was one of those broken into last October in Canouan waters, you are asked to contact the office of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Commissioner of Police at svgpolice@gov.vc.

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