CNC3’s Anchor and news reporter Khamal Georges’ vehicle has been found, again.
This time at Roget Place, Belmont. The SUV is currently at the Belmont Police Station where it will be processed again.
On Thursday morning around 2 am, Mr Georges’ vehicle was stolen at gunpoint by mask men in St. James.
Police officers later discovered the vehicle at Bath Street Plannings in Port of Spain. It was taken to the Besson Street Police Station. At around 7:45 pm on Thursday the Kia Sportage was stolen from the police station.
Update: Mr Georges' vehicle was located at around 10:00 am at Bath Street Plannings, Port of Spain by officers of the Interagency Agency Task Force.
The Children's Authority is planning to set up a base in Tobago by the end of September.
Speaking during the rapidfire kid's foundation dinner last evening, the authority's Chairman Hanif Benjamin said in the last two years there were 260 reported cases of child abuse in Tobago. But speaking with cnc3 news, Mr Benjamin said he is also concerned with the cases that go unreported. He said two centres in Tobago should address that.