Labourers jailed for stealing from Fast Food outlet

Ian Paul and Adito Smith. [iNews' Photo]


Ian Paul and Adito Smith. [iNews' Photo]
Ian Paul and Adito Smith. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – Magistrate Ann McLennan has sentenced two labourers to serve two years imprisonment for break and enter and larceny committed at the old New Thriving Fast Food building.

Ian Paul, 36 and Adito Smith, 40 of ‘D’ Field Sophia, Greater Georgetown, both pleaded guilty with an explanation to the charge, particulars of which said on March 30 at Georgetown, they broke and entered the old New Thriving building located on Camp Street and stole one metal chair and a quantity of construction tools together valued $300,000, property of Jeng Shen Zue.

Police Prosecutor, Dinero Jones told the Court that around 22:00 hrs Police dressed in plain clothes observed the duo in the building throwing out white bags containing the articles mentioned in the charge from a window. The ranks waited until the two men exited the building and arrested both of them.



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