Saturday, March 2, 2024

Copper thieves hit A1, again


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A1 Supermarkets Limited has been hit by copper thieves again.
Managing director Andrew Bynoe said the main cable at one of his Black Rock, St Michael properties was slashed early yesterday morning, cutting power to businesses in the complex.
Bynoe said since the supermarket moved out of the old Carlton Supermarket building, the lines had been cut and the copper stolen on four occasions, which led them to reroute the electricity supply through the Hammer Head Hardware building, which had also now been targeted. 
On this occasion, however, no cable was actually removed.

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