Bandits Ransack NHI’s Office
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Published: December 12, 2016 9:08 am AST
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Criminals have struck once again and this time their target was the National Health Insurance (NHI) office located at the Joshua J. Smith building in Road Town, which also houses the Social Security Board (SSB).

According to information, an unknown number of individuals broke into the office sometime in the wee hours of Friday morning, December 9, 2016.

One of the individuals was reportedly caught on security footage; however, he was masked.

The office was ransacked; however, information is that nothing valuable was taken from the office.

Police are continuing their investigations.
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What about people confidential records in there? Bandits went through those?wete they looking for something else? Yes I watch too much TV!!!
December 12 at 11:44am | Like10 People like this.   Dislike
Kermit | Report Abuse
Them probly went in to teef back the money NHI done teef from we lmao
December 12 at 10:08am | Like29 People like this.   Dislike1 Person dislike this.
Them late because that place was already robbed of ten million dollars.
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