Stolen vehicles found in Piarco Int'l Airport staff carpark
Two vehicles which had been reported stolen were allegedly found in the staff carpark of the Piarco International Airport by police officers.
According to a statement issued by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), a total of three vehicles which had been reported stolen were recovered by officers of the Northern Division Special Investigations Unit (NDSIU), during a stolen vehicle recovery exercise which was conducted in the Piarco and San Juan districts.
Spearheaded by Insp. Roger Joseph, the exercise was carried out between 2:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday evening.
According to reports, officers went to the Piarco International Airport staff car park and searched the area, looking for the vehicles.
There, they discovered a white Toyota Axio, which had been reported stolen on August 20, 2017 as well as a black Nissan Teana sedan, which had been reported stolen on August 22, 2017.
The officers then proceeded to Laventille Road, San Juan district, where they discovered a white Nissan station wagon, which was previously reported stolen.
Police said all three vehicles bore false license plates.
WPC Tricia Pelhage and PC Leon Paul, both of the NDSIU, are continuing investigations.
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