Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Marketing Manager Robbed: The police are currently investigating an incident, which took place on Wednesday, August 23, 2017, where the vehicle of a Montego Bay Marketing Manager was broken into while he was conducting business in the second city. Cash amounting to over $200,000 along with other important documents, were reportedly stolen from the vehicle.
It is reported that about 12:30 p.m. the Marketing Manager was conducting business at the Holiday Inn Shopping Village at Iron Shore. He ensured that his vehicle was locked up securely. He spent a little over half an hour at the Shopping Village and on his return, he discovered that the left rear view window was smashed and a bag containing the cash along with a laptop and important documents were stolen.
The police are now pleading with motorists to cease and desist from leaving valuables and important documents in their motor vehicles when conducting business in and around the second city.
Investigators have pointed out that items such as laptops, cellphones, cash, firearms, handbags jewelry and passports should not be left unprotected in your vehicle, when conducting any form of business, even if the vehicle is securely locked.
The police are continuing their investigations with a hope to capture the robbers and have the items returned to the owner.