Two St Ann teens charged with shop breaking and larceny

Two St Ann teens charged with shop breaking and larceny

Saturday, August 01, 2020

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ST ANN, Jamaica— Two St Ann teenagers have been charged with shop breaking and larceny following an incident at the Brown's Town Market on Saturday, July 11.

They have been identified as 18-year-olds Demario Palmer and Highbera Randall, both of Brown's Town, in the parish.

It is reported that about 7:00 pm, the complainant securely closed her restaurant and went home.

She returned later and found that the restaurant had been broken into.

The police, acting on information, carried out a search at both of the accused men houses where a quantity of the stolen goods was recovered.

Their court dates are being finalised.

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