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Scarborough Police Officers are in search of the persons who robbed the home of 37-year-old businesswoman Robyn Grell of over $52,700 in jewellery and other valuables.

According to police reports, last Wednesday, the businesswoman secured her Mt. Pelier Court, Scarborough home around 9.50 am and returned later that afternoon to discover four gold patterned bracelets valued at $16,000, one coco head bracelet valued at $6,000, one gold ring with green emerald, clusters and black swirls valued at $9,000, one gold Spanish link chain valued at $3,500, one gold chain valued at $3,500, 18 PSP games valued at $6,300, 20 play station games valued at $8,000 and alcoholic beverages missing.

Police are continuing investigations into the matter.

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Tanitie J said on Friday, Mar 2 at 9:44 AM

Crime is all over the world. but in Tobago we want to know if she local? she white? she whatever. a crime is a crime. happens all over. In Uk brutal crimes every day. Hope the greens and other bagonians and britts feel safe back there...

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reference to an earlier posting said on Monday, Feb 27 at 3:39 AM

if you were a local and knew, or was aware, that someone could be one of so many criminals, you'd be scared to go to the police because you could well be approaching the 'wrong' person. think about that! THAT has to be at issue, all the drug dealings, weaponry must be known to the police on such a small,intimate island, it stands to reason. just who do you seek out to give vital information? not an easy one by any means.

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Civilised?? said on Saturday, Feb 18 at 9:39 AM

Just seen the video report of these two attacks on Tobago Chanel 5 news and am quite disgusted that the local population continue to shield these criminals who continue to run riot on that rat infested Island.Feel very sorry for the law abiding citizens who face a very uncertain future until law and order is one day restored.You have a very long wait!!

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James Franks said on Wednesday, Feb 15 at 8:57 AM

More of the same,quite dreadful incidents. Agreed there is crime everywhere and that there is good and bad everywhere.Just seems to me that there is more bad than good in Tobago based on these repeated incidents. James Franks says 'NO THANKS'to Tobago

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The Truth said on Wednesday, Feb 15 at 5:24 AM

Just to clarify,the pensioner,a female aged 73 was apparently attacked and robbed in her own home at 7pm and the other attack,with the threatened use of machetes, was on a German couple and their children,while they were visiting a waterfall at 11am.Tobago sure is a great place to visit !!

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The Truth said on Tuesday, Feb 14 at 5:22 AM

Incresingly,desperate criminals are not only attacking and robbing tourists,often with extreme violence,they are now attacking innocent locals as is the case of the vile attack on the 73 yr old pensioner outlined in Tobago Chanel 5 news.Also,the wicked attack on highlights current concerns and confirms that Tobago is no longer a safe holiday destination.Be warned!!the German tourists

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snakes said on Friday, Feb 10 at 12:31 PM

crime is alive and well on the island of tobago,it will continue to florish until good people decide they have had enough, at this time however they have not reached that point, or there are no good people on the island just criminals

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AN APPEAL TO TOBAGONIANS said on Tuesday, Feb 7 at 9:59 AM

please give serious thought to the tourism situation in Tobago, which is causing huge business hardship, by giving up the criminals in your society to give confidence to police; only the minority of police is corrupt. PLEASE let them know, criminals would NOT help you and they are certainly NOT helping Tobago, that's for sure. Tobago has tremendous scope but needs to sort out criminality. don't be frightened, do the right thing, GIVE THEM UP1

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Concerned said on Thursday, Feb 2 at 12:35 PM

Local or not.They are her personal belongings. I hope they find that person who broke into her home and deal with them accordingly. Theft is theft. You comit the crime, themn do the time.

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Reveal the criminals said on Friday, Jan 27 at 9:58 PM

So are the citizens of tobago blaming the Trinnys, that is the usual response to tobagan crime, thing is most know that is not true,

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what police said on Thursday, Jan 26 at 1:16 PM

are we discussing? there certainly isn't a force in tobago, nor, doctors, surgeons responsible politicians. 'third world' haven that needs help, and so does that business-woman. come on let's have some informants on this forum, and get 'em!

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M Mouse said on Wednesday, Jan 25 at 7:02 AM

Yes she was a local, and as usual with crime, the police will try to investigate, I dont think that the police will help with the issues that have been caused by breaking into the woman house and invading her privacy..

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and tobago states it safe said on Monday, Jan 23 at 11:57 AM

So what will happen , was this woman a local.?

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