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Police Send 2 To Court For Public School Burglary In Kakata
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Police Send 2 To Court For Public School Burglary In Kakata

KAKATA, October 27 (LINA) – Police in Margibi County have charged two persons for allegedly burglarizing the Cinta Public School and making away with several copies of public school textbooks and other valuable items.

The two suspects have been identified as Momo Gbandiboy, 32, and Johnson Flomo, 35.

According to the police charge sheet, on October 24, the two suspects were arrested, investigated and charged with burglary and aiding the commission of a crime.

They were forwarded to court for prosecution based on evidence gathered against them.

The stolen items include an unspecified number of textbooks, one hundred plates, eighg pieces of the Liberian Flag, mega phones, spraying cans, three sets of jerseys and two ledgers.

The value of the items, according to the police charge sheet, is put at US$875.

During Police preliminary investigation, suspect Gbandiboy denied burglarizing the school, but co-defendant Flomo admitted to committing the crime by buying the stolen books from Gbandiboy.

Meanwhile, suspects Gbandiboy and Flomo are in the custody of the Kakata Magisterial Court for prosecution.

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