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Big robbery at Kingston electronics store

Friday, January 17, 2014    

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THE Cross Roads police say a number of electronic items, valued at $1.5 million, were stolen from a business establishment on Half-Way-Tree Road in Kingston about 3:58 yesterday morning.

Members of the public were asked to be on the lookout for persons who may be trying to sell these items, and were warned by the police that it is an offence to buy stolen goods. "Any person found with any of the items will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law," the police said, noting that criminals usually sell stolen goods at bargain prices in an effort to dispose of them quickly.

The items that were stolen include:

* 4 black Apple 4th generation 10" tablets

* 4 black Samsung Galaxy10" tablets

* 4 white Samsung 7" tablets

* 5 black and silver Wind Pad 10" tablets

* 10 Apple bluetooth handsets

* 3 silver Toshiba laptops

* 3 black Acer Probook laptops

* 3 silver HP Probooks

* 4 white I-view 7" tablets

* 4 silver I-view10" laptops

* 5 white 3G iphones

* 1 silver Dell laptop

* 10 black tablet keyboards

* Four 32" Samsung Smart television sets

* 3 24-inch LED television sets

* Two 16-inch Black Point television sets

* 5 white minipad phones

* 1 box containing 20 Dolce and Gabbana perfumes

* 2 LG LED 32" television sets

* One 16 GB memory card

* 4 Ola black and white phones

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