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TTPS encourages citizens to be responsible when using fireworks

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) wishes to advise members of the public to be responsible when using fireworks, particularly during this festive season.

 The TTPS would like to remind citizens to be responsible in the use of fireworks and other similar devices as they can cause serious injury to the user, other persons or result in major damage to property.

15-year-old boy shot and killed in Claxton Bay

A 15-year-old boy is shot and killed. 
According to reports at approximately 1:40 pm today, Isaiah Havelock and his father 35-year-old Wayne Havelock were conducting repairs to a boat at the Claxton Bay Fishing Depot.
 It is said that a car described as a gold Almera bearing registration number PCL 1886 entered the bay area and four men wearing masks opened fire in the direction of the Isaiah and his father.
The 15-year-old received an injury to his right lower back. While his father was unhurt. 

Man steals bus, causes havoc, in police custody

A 55-year-old man who stole a PTSC bus this morning and left a path of destruction in its wake has been captured.CNC3 News understands that the Longdenville man managed to breach the PTSC garage opposite the Chaguanas Police Station between 3 and 4 am and took a bus. Reports suggest he then collided with three vehicles and a gate along the Chaguanas Main Road. One of the vehicles struck during the incident was owned by a newspaper vendor whose van subsequently hit a parked BK Holdings truck which crashed into a nearby building.

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