Former prisoner, accomplice accused of stealing over $4.4M in items

The accused: Collin Kendall. [iNews' Photo]


Rawle Hinds. [iNews' Photo]
Rawle Hinds. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – Two men charged with stealing over $4.4M in articles from a construction company were today remanded to prison by Magistrate Fabayo Azore.

Rawle Hinds, a 31-year-old mason of North Sophia, and Collin Kendall, a 26-year-old labourer of Pike Street, Squatting area , Greater Georgetown, both pleaded not guilty to the charge.

It is alleged that between October 3 and 4 at Georgetown, being together they broke and entered the bond of Jiangxi Thermal Power Construction Cooperation and stole one level lock, one Universal instrument, three freezers, one jack hammer, one Welding machine and other articles together valued $4,427,000.

Police Prosecutor Simone Payne opposed bail on the grounds of the seriousness and prevalence of the offence.

The accused: Collin Kendall. [iNews' Photo]
The accused: Collin Kendall. [iNews’ Photo]
She informed the Court that Hinds was recently released from prison and some of the articles mentioned in the charge were recovered.

Payne added that the prosecution’s file is incomplete since investigations are still ongoing.

The two were remanded to prison until October 31.



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