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Television, computers & fan among items stolen from former President’s house

Granger robbed youths of opportunities during his Presidency- says Bond

(Photo: Former President David Granger) 

The items stolen from a house belonging to former President David Granger, are a 52-inch Samsung Television valued  $240,000, one Lasko stand fan valued $7,000, four Laptop computers valued  $320,000, one HP printer valued $120,000 and one barber set in a black shoulder bag valued $50,000.

This is according to a police statement released on Wednesday.

The incident occurred between 18:45 hrs on Sunday and 5:45hrs Monday.

Police said the building was secured by a security guard and handyman of  Independence Boulevard, Albouystown who works at the residence. However, on Monday, he returned to the residence and discovered that the door to the northern side of the building was opened and the lock was on the ground.

He immediately began to make checks and discovered that the Samsung 52-inch television was missing. He contacted the Former President who now resides at Pearl on the East Bank of Demerara. Mr. Granger visited the premises and discovered the rest of  items were missing.

From all indications, entry and exit were gained through the northern door of the one-storey concrete structure, police said.

Investigations are ongoing.