St Catherine man charged for stealing $100,000 in chicken parts

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica - Sixty-nine-year-old Ruan Forbes, a security guard of Newlands Road, St Catherine has been arrested and charged with shop breaking and larceny following an incident on Newlands main road in the parish on Sunday, September 25.

Reports from the Portmore p⁹olice are that about 8:00 am, the complainant was alerted by his security system that his establishment was being broken into by Forbes. Several bags of chicken parts and saltfish were stolen from the refrigerator with an estimated value of $100, 000.

On Friday, September 30, Forbes was taken into custody and subsequently charged.

His court date is being finalised.

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