The law has no boundary; no matter where you go the law will nab you. Four men who stole a motorcycle from a resident at Skeldon on Christmas Eve Day and had secured the merchandise found that out on Friday.
The culprits were bound for Orealla with their booty well secured and on the boat at about20:05 hrs on Friday.
The vessel was just about to leave the wharf when the police turned up and ordered the captain to abort. The police subsequently boarded the boat and quickly found the bike without number plate well secured.
The police had an arduous time in getting the bike off the overloaded boat. It was an even more difficult task to find the men who placed the bike on the boat. However the cops persisted and three were found at first.
The cops returned to the boat and after some time the other man was found hiding. He along with the rest of the crew and the bike were placed in a police van and taken into custody.
According to information a taxi driver of No. 74 Village, Corentyne parked his motorcycle under his house and retired to bed. Upon checking next morning he realized that his bike was missing. A report was made at the Springlands Police station and investigations began. The bike was not seen again until Friday evening when it showed up and was placed on the boat bound for the Orealla/ Siparuta area.
The discovery of the bike was reported to the owner who quickly informed the police who descended to the market wharf and made the interception and arrest just in time.
Information received, indicates that the men had already secured a market and were on their way to deliver the booty and collect their payment.
Investigators also believe that the four-man crew is part of a larger crew that is operating in the area.
They are expected to be charged shortly.
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