By ASHTOSH SINGH
Four burglary cases were recorded in the last twenty four hours throughout the Division.
Two were recorded in the Central Division while another two were recorded in the Southern Division. In the first case a foreign national was robbed of items worth close to $3,000 at a Hotel. The items were discovered missing yesterday morning and it is believed entry was gained by entering the room window.
In the second incident a man is in custody for allegedly stealing items worth close to $2,700 from a home in Toorak. The incident is believed to have occurred sometime on yesterday between 12am and 4am. The suspect is in custody for further interrogation as investigations continue.
For the two incidents recorded in the Southern Division a 43 year old accounts clerk of Valelevu had items to the total value of $1,750 stolen from his home.
While a 30 year old mechanic of Tamavua had items worth up to $2,390 stolen from his home. Entry into the home is believed to have been possible by using the ladder at the back of the house. Investigation continues.
From all the reported burglary cases the common occurrence is the theft of electronic items such as laptops and smart phones.
Meanwhile, as investigations continue people are being advised to be aware of the possible points of entry likely to be used by criminal elements at their residential or place of business.