• He is suspected of having committed a series of other thefts in the region

Nooroodin M., aged 37, finds himself behind bars. This resident of Triolet is suspected of being the author of several thefts committed in the region. He would scout out the houses before breaking in to get his hands on the jewelry. Arrested on Friday May 24 by sleuths from the Force Criminal Intelligence Unit, the suspect confessed to a theft where he left with loot of Rs 750,000.

On May 21, the suspect spotted a house in the area. To gain access to the interior of the house, he forced the lock on the kitchen door. Once inside, he searched everywhere and went to a room used for prayer. In a buffet, he found a bag. When he opened it, he realized that he had hit the jackpot. There were rings, bracelets, a wedding chain, all in gold.

His mission accomplished, the intruder left the house. When he returned, the 60-year-old owner of the premises was horrified to realize that he had been robbed. He rushed to the prayer room and discovered that the author had left with loot estimated at Rs 750,000. A considerable loss for him, especially since this money belonged to a relative.

Bloodhounds from the Trou-aux-Biches CID and elements of the FCIU began looking for the suspect. Subsequently, the latter was spotted in Pailles and so on Friday May 24, the bloodhounds went to this region. They monitored the suspect who appeared after an hour. After arresting him, the police searched him and found a yellow box containing bracelets and a gold chain. “A party of his banzou ki mone kokin Triolet” he had to confirm to the police. The thirty-year-old was handed over to investigators from the Trou-aux-Biches criminal police. He confessed to his involvement in the burglary. Jewelry worth Rs 150,000 worth of jewelry was recovered.

Two other thefts with similarities to this case were recorded during this month. The perpetrator cut off the electricity, then broke into rooms used for prayer, before leaving with jewelry and other valuables estimated at Rs 85,000 in a house and Rs 12,000 in another residence. The police suspect that Nooroodin M. would be involved in these cases as well. However, for now, he has not yet confessed. He was kept in a police cell and will have to appear this Monday in Pamplemousses court on a provisional charge of burglary.

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