Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Thieves hit Dover


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Thieves are making life a living hell for a number of small business people operating at Dover, Christ Church. The business people operating under the One Dover Association said they were fed up.

Well known draughts champion Ronald “Suki” King, who operates one of the shops in the facility owned by the National Conservation Commission (NCC), was distraught on Monday after his place was broken into.

He said it was the sixth major robbery that occurred at his stall.

“I was here about seven to eight years and this is the sixth time I get rob. A year they stole $800 from me, the next they took away $1 200 and another year they took up $1 000 worth of brandy,” he said. “When they ready they come and do a lot of petty thieving too; up to two weeks ago they came.” (SB)

Please read the full story in the Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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