Bandits break in, cart off TVs other items from The Garage

In the wee hours of yesterday morning, bandits gained access to The Garage—the popular hangout spot located along Aubrey Barker Road—and carted off a variety of valuables.

Estwick Northe Jr, the business’ proprietor, said that around 5 am yesterday he received a call from a passerby who informed him that there were persons at the premises.

The Garage on Aubrey Barker Road. Inset are the padlocks which the bandits somehow pried open. (Photo by Arian Browne)

The Garage on Aubrey Barker Road. Inset are the padlocks which the bandits somehow pried open. (Photo by Arian Browne)

Northe’s father had stated that they had closed off operations for the evening at around midnight on Thursday, which meant that there should not have been anyone on the premises. He said that by the time he arrived on the scene, the thieves had made good their escape.

Northe said he was at a loss as to how they would have entered the business grounds, since all the entrances were tightly secured. He opined that they may have jumped one of the fences surrounding  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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