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Thieves Break Into Scott’s Underground Boutique, Courts Unicomer In Castries

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Thieves targetted Scott’s Underground Boutique and Courts Unicomer in Castries on Tuesday and Thursday.

Two masked individuals forced their way into Scott’s Underground Boutique on Micoud Street Castries during the wee hours of Tuesday.

They made off with an undisclosed sum of cash, designer bags, tee shirts, and other items.

The intruders entered the boutique by smashing the glass door the store has since replaced.

It was the first break-in at the store, which has been operating at its Micoud Street location for about twenty-five years.

The 32 Micoud Street, Castries outlet is one of two.

The other is at Rodney Bay.

On Thursday, police arrested four young men in a probe into a break-in at the Courts Unicomer branch on Chaussee Road, Castries, at about 4:00 a.m.

According to reports, a security guard summoned the police, who caught the four in the act.

Acting on information, the officers conducted an operation in nearby Wilton’s Yard, where they recovered some suspected stolen items, including electronic appliances and at least one illegal firearm and other contraband.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. So why would u take out Business for ghetto
    Business brings up the community

    As far as I am concern ghetto needs to move for Business .

  2. Why is courts still there. Break down that build and leave the area open. Vermin don’t like to operate in the open.

  3. Courts Should have Been Relocated long time ago .They Refuse to Relocate maybe Insurance For them is good.The persons Caught should have been Hospitalized because before Saturday these Thugs are back on the Streets .Bail set Cash or Suitable Surety and Report at Central Station three times a week .Papisho Judiciary Shitstem in St.Lucia

  4. Imagine if monies and efforts were not wasted in this whole cctv in the city fiasco! Police cannot be everywhere but electronic eyes don’t sleep!

  5. Goes around comes around. I believe in karma, as Courts Unicommer has been reaping off customers for decades with their 45 percent interest rate

  6. Some of you folk don’t realize that break ins thefts etc. etc. etc. does no good for your community, economy and in the end the customers suffers the consequences when prices are increased to make up for the lost.

    In addition, jobs are lost and St Lucia and its citizens will ultimately be worst off than they were before – these good for nothings are just that “good for nothing’ – life is not easy for anyone – we all have to make sacrifices. However, some Lucians believe that the government should cater to their every need – while they continue to have children with uneducated and useless — Tom, Dick and Harry. Paying thousands to jump up in the carnival band and taking loans – who does that. In the meantime, they call family members abroad – my girl, my boy could you send $$$$ – stop already and live within your means. Your family members are working extremely hard in feet deep snow, rain and shine.

    Lucians love to complain about everything, while some of them are envious and want to live like the rich and famous…without working by the sweat of their brow.
    Let’s be clear – the THUGS do not want to work legitimate jobs – they want to steal, sell, gang bang and do everything contrary to normal living. They are simply agents of the DEVIL – cursed and possessed beyond measure – some of the curses are generational and some parents condone this sick behavior by partaking of the ill gotten gains.

    For your 238 sq miles – I think it is too much already – bandits going to the Ciceron schools. I would never teach under these conditions – St. Lucia is seriously going nowhere very fast and it is sad. Most of you young and old are paying visits to witches, warlocks, voodoo, obeah – do you think any good will come to you when you engage in this nonsense – take the money and buy your food and whatever you need – paying $$$$$ to try to harm others – sick sick sick folk. Trust me you will only be harming yourself and your descendants because karma and reaping and sowing is imminent.

    Prices have gone up world wide while salaries remain the same for everyone – Lucians are not excluded – stop complaining and work a legitimate job for what you need.

  7. Anonymous you could not have said it any better. Hard work pays off. And sadly this only impacts the country into further dismay. And a very strong message needs to be sent out to the criminal elements of society. It starts from the homes which filter down into the school system

  8. Blame the powers that be with their feminist agenda. Stop making women feel that the can be independent. Growing up in the seventies there were more nuclear and extended family structures. This meant that there was always a male head of the family. Very few women worked they stayed home to take care of the home and kids while the men went out to provide for the family he was also head of security for the family.
    Today women clain to want to be indeendent which is impossible.

  9. Blame the powers that be with their feminist agenda. Stop making women feel that the can be independent. Growing up in the seventies there were more nuclear and extended family structures. This meant that there was always a male head of the family. Very few women worked they stayed home to take care of the home and kids while the men went out to provide for the family he was also head of security for the family.
    Today women clain to want to be indeendent which is impossible. Now all women think about is themselves destroying the family in the process. Women initiate 80% of breakups again be because it is all about them and how they feel not what is best for the kids and family. After a breakup men should be given custody of the children this is because most delinquent youths come from single mother home.a teenager will easily defy his mother because he nows his mother cannot physically stop him but will think a few time before trying his father.
    How much crime did we have in the 70s 80s when the traditional family structure reign Supreme. Do the comparison.

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