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Break-ins in Bush Hall

Davandra, davandrababb@nationnews.com

Added 15 May 2019


A police forensics officer taking photos of one of of the vehicles yesterday. (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)

MORE THAN 30 PEOPLE in Bush Hall, St Michael, woke up yesterday morning to find their vehicles had been broken into. 

But so far, only 17 break-ins have been officially reported to the police.

Many say they have been left feeling violated and fearful.

Security footage from two homes showed an unknown assailant dressed in a hoodie and a cap on the prowl in the wee hours of the day making his way from car to car.  (DB)

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