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Police make headway in burglary probe

Police were reporting progress in their investigations into recent aggravated burglaries.

They said three persons were assisting in their probe, which had also recovered a firearm and a quantity of ammunition.

In a statement today, Police Public Relations Officer Inspector David Welch also said investigations were continuing into other street crimes, as members of the Royal Barbados Police Force remained “relentless” in their efforts to bring perpetrators to justice.

Police Public Relations Officer Inspector David Welch.

Police Public Relations Officer Inspector David Welch.

“We remain committed in our fight against crime and look forward to working closer with the law-abiding citizens of Barbados. We endeavour to ensure that all persons feel secure when they move around, especially as the Yuletide season approaches,” Inspector Welch added.

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