Wednesday, April 17, 2024

‘Success’ in crime fight


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ACTING COMMISSIONER of Police Tyrone Griffith is reporting major success in crime solving so far this year.
Griffith commended his staff for their hard work which has resulted in a 24 per cent decrease in most categories of crime.
Robberies, theft from person, residential and commercial burglaries is all showing declines between 32 and 63 per cent. The Force is also celebrating the fact that they have solved eight of the 10 murders committed this year and Griffith said investigators are well under way to solving the ninth.
The top cop said most of the serious crimes have been solved through collaborations, and that intelligence along with policing has been paying “great dividends”. (YB)


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