[www.inewsguyana.com] – Crime Chief, Leslie James has confirmed that five workers of BK International will be appearing in Court tomorrow in connection with the theft of parts from the company’s machineries which amounted to some $40 million.
During a telephone interview with iNews, the Crime Chief said the men that the men will remain in custody as the police seek the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions on whether they should be charged with larceny or fraudulent conversion.
In a press release issued, the employees were identified as Tyron Ghani, Trevor Collette, Sanjay Ramjet, Kirk Inniss, and Wole Archer.
The Items stolen include but are not limited to a computer box, fuel pumps, hubs, brake liners, fuel injectors, axles, batteries, lights, wheel seals, steering ends, deferential seals, clutch plates, pressure plates, dump pump, break booster, wheel bearings, ratchet, and stabiliser bars.
“The company recognized that many of its trucks’ spare parts and other equipment were being stolen over the past year but was only able to catch those stealing the Group’s property this week,” the press release noted.
Collectively, the employees have worked with the BK Group for more than 20 years. Investigations are continuing. [Leroy Smith]