Police need help identifying items

Some of the items which police suspect to be stolen

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying items that have been suspected to be stolen.

Inspector David Welch today revealed that they are asking persons who have been victims of burglary or theft, to come to the District ‘E’ police station between 8 am and 3pm on today.


The items are believed to have been stolen between July and September and they include power washers, lawn mower, generators, weed wackers and blowers. (DB)


3 Responses to Police need help identifying items

  1. Tony Waterman September 21, 2015 at 3:31 am

    @Inspector David Welch!!!! You might be in for a long wait for people to come forward to identify these items, as they might have been insured, and the Owners, having been already paid for the loss by their Insurance come, will not be interested in identifying the items as theirs, for fear that the Insurance Company will come after them to return the payout and reclaim the property.
    anyhow Sir!!! all is not lost, items that are not identified in a certain stated time can be sold, and the funds given to the RBPF to supplement their Budget.

  2. Alex Alleyne September 21, 2015 at 8:01 am

    Barbados the “teefin'” capitol of the Caribbean.


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