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Motorists Advised On Securing Vehicles - TTPS Says 26% Increase In Vehicle Larceny & Robbery

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The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is urging drivers to exercise caution.

There has been a 26% increase in both vehicle larceny and vehicle robbery in 2017 over 2016, with Nissan vehicles accounting for more than half the vehicles stolen.

Ian Wason was at the Weekly Police Media Briefing where Sergeant Christopher Swamber cautioned drivers.

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