Thieves make off with quantity of clothing and Clarks shoes in one heist, while two weed-whackers are stolen in another instance

Business operators and residents continue to feel unsafe due to the spate of
acquisition crimes now taking place.
A High Street business and a storage shed were the most recent targets of
thieves who, in one instance, made off with a quantity of clothing.
Reports say that unknown persons broke into Brands for Less and made off
with a haul of items, including a quantity of Clarks shoes, sneakers, tams,
hooded shirts, air pods, and tablets.
Apparently, the intruders had used an implement to pry a portion of plywood
from the northwestern side of the building, creating a space large enough for a

person to fit through. They then entered the business and also made their
escape via this route.
A police search of the surrounding area for the stolen goods proved futile.
This offence reportedly occurred between 6 p.m. on May 25 and 9 a.m. on May
Meanwhile, the Police are probing a break-in and larceny that took place in St.
Johnstons Village, during which two Stihl weed-whackers were removed from
a storage shed.
The shed is located on the western side of the victim’s compound.
Reports say that an unknown person had used a cutting implement to remove
a padlock from an eastern door and enter the building, from which he stole
one 160cc and one 85cc Stihl weed-whacker.
A search was carried out for the stolen items, but without success.
It is alleged that this offence occurred between 10 a.m. on May 26 and 9 a.m.
on May 27.