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2 Director’s Homes Burgled in Mauritius -1 Held Captive



2 Director's Homes Burgled in Mauritius -1 Held Captive
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The police are investigating a theft that occurred at the residence of an Assistant Director (54 years old) of the Bank of Mauritius (BoM).

He stated that the garage door was forced open during the day on Wednesday. Foreign currency, a camera, a tablet, jewellery, and a commemorative coin have gone missing.

The total loss amounts to Rs 120,000. The Criminal Investigation Division of Quatre-Bornes is looking into this case.

Another company Director held captive by three suspects. The director (37 years old) reported to the police that three hooded suspects broke into his residence in Les-Salines-Pitot, Rivière-Noire, early on Thursday morning.

The thirty-something was working on his computer when he saw the armed trio. They took jewellery and 300 euros before forcing him into his car and driving him to an ATM in La-Gaulette.

He gave Rs 10,000 to the attackers who then fled. The victim then sought medical attention at a clinic as he had sustained injuries while resisting.

Source: Le Mauricien / Le Mauricien2

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