Alleged Jamaican serial thief held in Trinidad

November 24, 2015


A Jamaican national, who broke his leg while recently attempting to get away from authorities in Trinidad, was arrested following a series of break-in attempts.

The man is expected to be charged with possession of housebreaking implements and store-breaking with intent.

The suspect was arrested as he tried to enter a jewellery store in the country. It is said that he is wanted for at least 10 break-ins at business places in San Fernando. The accused man was attempting to gain entry through the rooftop of the building in which he was held, police said.


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According to the Trinidad Express, some officers were on mobile patrol in the area and responded to a call for assistance. The officers surrounded the building, with some climbing to the rooftop of the structure to apprehend the suspect.

However, even though the 28-year-old suspect jumped 25 feet off the building in an attempt to elude the officers, he failed, suffering a broken leg in the process.

He is being held in police custody pending a court appearance.

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