Cops retrieve fingerprints as flash drives, milk stolen

Break-in/theft at PSC

Police have managed to retrieve fingerprints as they questioned several persons over the break-in that occurred at the Public Service Commission (PSC).
Guyana Police Force (GPF) Public Relations Officer, Assistant Commissioner Royston Andries-Junor clarified that the theft occurred at the Public Service Commission and not the Police Service Commission as was initially revealed.
Andries-Junor explained that an employee of the Commission arrived at work on January 19 and observed that his desk drawer had been pried open. Further checks were made and it was noticed that the desk drawers of four other officers were tumbled. Missing were a total of four flash drives containing information such as dismissal, transfers, promotions, pension qualifications, and appointments for employees of the various Ministries and regions.
Some seven bottles of Ensure milk were also missing.
The GPF said it was observed that the glass window above the toilet in a lavatory, located on the southern side of the building, was opened; however, no signs of breakage were seen on the premises.
Investigations are ongoing.