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Police arrests Lamin Jaiteh for stealing Solar street lights

Oct 12, 2020, 11:17 AM | Article By: Arfang M.S. Camara

Criminal Investigative Department (CID) at Brikama over the weekend arrested one Lamin Jaiteh of Jalambang village for stealing solar street lights at Brikama Daaru Khairu, according to the Poliso Magazine.

The solar street lights are products of a development project initiated by members of the community to ensure security and safety.

The three stolen panels were all recovered and the 22-year-old suspect is currently helping the police in their investigations.

The police on social media commended the youths of Brikama Daaru Khairu for their collaboration and timely sharing information leading to the quick arrest of the suspect. 

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