Cops ask for help in finding missing cash register

| 11/09/2014

(CNS): The RCIPS have now revealed that they are looking for a cash register which was stolen during a robbery on Friday night at Joe Ena’s liquor store. A police spokesperson said the armed, masked man had fled the scene carrying the entire till from the store on West Church Street, West Bay on 5 September. The register is described as a Toshiba TEC 1450-1 which had some of its keys worn down to the metal. The robber was last seen on foot running towards the bushes opposite Joe-Ena’s Liquor Store.

Police had stated earlier that they believed the man killed in a motorcycle crash some 40 minutes after the stick-up, in Jefferson Road, may have been involved in the crime.

Anyone who may have information for the investigation team is asked to contact either Detective Sergeant Sean Lloyd-Hickey or Detective Constable Ross Johnson at the Drugs and Serious Crime Task Force at 949-7710, the RCIPS tip line on 949-7777 or Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS)

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Why are the cops wasting energy trying to recover the worn out register?!?  How about catching these miserable thieves?!?

  2. Anon says:

    Did they look in the "bushes opposite" the store. Opposite (on the opposite side of the store) the store is an open lot. 

  3. Anonymousand says:

    Can we have a sketch of the register?
    I think one robbed me this week when I went to pay my utilities!

  4. Sick & Tired says:

    People are really sick and tired of doing the police work for them especially when they are paid quite well to do it! Get Unnah Foreign Ras out deh and look, for once and stop asking people to put their lives and well being at risk Thank You  Fed Up Citizen!!!!! Do unnah job!