No one is safe from brazen acts of burglary, not even the nation’s security forces.
Thieves broke into the Jamaica Defence Force camp in Moneague, St. Ann and stole more than $90,000.
The incident, police told one876news, occurred between 9:30 pm on Friday and 6:45 yesterday morning. No one has been held in connection with the robbery.
It is understood that the culprits entered the compound and forced open the front door to a building. They then entered and stole $93,000, then left via the entry point.
The Moneague camp is home to Jamaica’s Second Battalion. It consists of a training ground and barracks. The camp is said to be on a 24-hour patrol by military police.