Three Nissan motor vehicle owners who attended the annual Calypso Fiesta at Skinner Park in San Fernando were left to file police reports after the ev
Three Nissan motor vehicle owners who attended the annual Calypso Fiesta at Skinner Park in San Fernando were left to file police reports after the event when they returned to where they had parked their vehicles and were met with empty spaces. Their vehicles had not been towed by the police, but rather, s stolen by car thieves.
50-year-old Roger Noor of La Romaine told investigators that he had parked his white Nissan B13 at Skinner Park’s car park on Todd Street in San Fernando and when he returned after the show at around 3am, he found that the vehicle was missing. A second victim, 44-year-old Alicia St. Louis – a resident of Fyzabad parked her white Nissan B14 at just across from Skinner Park at the nearby Quick Shoppe and when she returned to the location, she also met her vehicle missing.
29-year-old Dwight Charles of Siparia was also met with the same fate when his white Nissan Frontier which had been parked along Park Street near T&TEC, was stolen. He had returned to the location at around 10:45pm.
Meanwhile, the Trinidad Newsday reports that two bandits stormed into Pleasantville Supermarket on Saturday, making off with over $10,000 cash. Police said shortly before 5 pm, the gunmen ordered two female cashiers to empty the cash registers.
The bandits robbed the cashier of $5,000 and $6,700.
PC Harripersad of Mon Repos Police Station is investigating.