- calls to the police were futile since there was no answer until the entire event finished.
The Universal Sports store was burglarised Thursday in the wee hours of the morning, causing the entity to sustain losses in the vicinity of $700,000.
According to the Manager Avinash Persaud, he received a phone call from a relative very early in the morning stating that the store was robbed, upon receiving the information he later checked and found that the grill and padlock was severed, and the sliding door was force ajar.
He said that the bandits knew what they came for since all of the electrical equipments were taken along with cricket bats, clothing, and footwear which amounted to $700,000 in losses. According to the sales representative, Tandika Cornette, the police took fingerprints and promised to further investigate.
She disclosed that bags were left behind by the bandits and it appeared as if they took their time and sorted what were the most expensive items.
She revealed that a neighbour saw the entire ordeal, when three men were forcibly entering the entity in the wee hours of the morning.
She said that calls to the police were futile since there was no answer until the entire event finished.
Saturday, April 10, 2010