Four arrested in connection to Rohais Motor Centre burglary

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INFORMATION from the public led to four people being arrested in connection with the items stolen from the Rohais Motor Centre a month ago.

Pic by Adrian Miller 14-10-19. Rohais Motor Centre was broken into and a car was stolen, along with other expensive equipment. Pictured is the owner, Mark Sauvarin. (26333144)

Expensive equipment and a white BMW were taken from the family-run business some time between 4pm on Saturday 12 October and 3.30pm the following day.

Over the weekend, two males and two females, all in their early 20s, were questioned.

They were released on bail on suspicion of handling stolen goods after a stop-and-search of a vehicle found that it was fitted with a Pioneer stereo unit which matched one of the stolen items.

Detective Sergeant Ian Tanner said: 'Information received from the public assisted us in these arrests, and I want to thank those who contacted us with what they knew.

'There are still a number of items outstanding and I would urge anyone who knows anything, no matter how small a detail to contact us or Crimestoppers anonymously.

'There is still a reward for information which leads to a conviction or the recovery of the stolen items. What might seem like a small detail to you could be the exact piece of information we need.'

  • Islanders with any information should call Guernsey Police on 725111 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Zoe Fitch

By Zoe Fitch
News reporter

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