The victim of a burglary at a private residence in the North of the Island, has made an appeal to persons to be on the lookout for anyone attempting to sell the stolen items.
The burglary took place recently in the Beausejour area.
“Please alert your readers to be on the lookout for anyone selling the following stolen items: an iPad 2 (which is one of the larger older versions), a black touch screen Asus cell phone, a black Sony Vaio (model VPCEL22FX-B) and a number of watches, which incidentally don’t work, as well as gold plated rings and earrings,” the victim wrote in a Facebook message to the Times.
The burglary victim said both the ipad and laptop are faulty but are very valuable to the owner who is a student and does work from them.
“Please urge your readers who have knowledge of or are in involved in this crime to return the electronic devices to the police,” she said.