BREAKING NEWS: Clothing store burglarised (see video)

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BREAKING NEWS: Clothing store burglarised (see video)
One of the bandits is seen here exiting the business with several pieces of clothing in his hands.
One of the bandits is seen here exiting the business with several pieces of clothing in his hands.
One of the bandits is seen here exiting the business with several pieces of clothing in his hands.

Bandits reportedly broke into a clothing store next to The Hair Factory located at Chisel Street, Castries.

The incident reportedly occurred on Friday, December 18, at around 4 a.m.

Reports are that the bandits managed to cut the burglar bars and broke a glass. Upon gaining entry, they raided the store of thousands of dollars worth of clothing.

St. Lucia News Online (SNO) understands that there was a hanger and clothing trail from the store through the street. A few hangers and two jackets were reportedly also retrieved.

A video captured the bandits exiting the business premises with several pieces of clothing in their hands.

Police are currently investigating the matter.

https://youtu.be/StzJkbjTC9c

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  1. Watching tourism's dollars decline --- St. Lucia now has the same rating with Canada as countries including Rwanda --- the rating "Exercise a high degree of caution".

    Less tourism mean less money for our us. More idling, more desperation, more badness and crime.

    Let the Police do their job or the economy and safety and security for all of us will only get worse.
    http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/saint-lucia

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  2. For the season look out for the Grave Yard girls dressed up in their stolen clothing............sad, sad situation. They can't even afford to shop for their women. Dey ban voleh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. i have never understood what would prevent any government from doing something speedily about that Wilton's Yard area. This has always been a sore in everyone's heart for as long as I know it. This place keeps breeding and harboring elements which are extremely detrimental to society. The police are doing very little to deal with this and I don't blame them because these same St.Lucian's who are now being affected by these Grave Yard criminals were the same ones crying for Operation Restore Confidence. It is high time we start looking out for each other to ensure that our country is not taken over by these radicals. These grave yard folk are lawless, heartless and merciless. It is time our policy and law makers go the extra mile to protect our city folk!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. These Grave Yard boys are BROKE , HUNGRY and UNSTOPPABLE. It's a SHAME that the police are doing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to remove them on the streets. They are even letting those that they have inside out as if to say they are doing anything good for the country. It is time for them to send a grenade in that menace infested place. Bulldoze Grave Yard and build a recreation park or even a home for vagrants BUT get these good for NOTHINGS out of the city.

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    • If they do that it means they'll probably migrate to other districts. NAH, keep those lil deviants confined to the city, we good #otherdistrictslivesmatter

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  5. A posse of policemen on the beat in the city would deter the bandits. But the bandits are probably aware that at 4:00 am in the morning they will only encounter sleeping policemen/speed bumps, rats and zombies in the city.

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  6. peasants that's a harsh statement. Better those businesses than your homes. no work yutes hungry what u expect. system created it so...

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  7. Dude steal so much clothes, he even leaving a trail behind LMAO!! On a serious note though hope u get caught u thief ?

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    • lol funny you would say this... but the culture exist where folks buy the clothes so therefore we need to kill that type of thing back home... nothing new...

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