Police report burglary at NBD in Portsmouth

Police are reporting a burglary which occurred at the National Bank of Dominica (NBD) Portsmouth branch on Tuesday.

According to police sources, the incident took place sometime after 2:00 a.m.

Dominica News Online (DNO) was informed that an unidentified individual broke and entered the bank and attempted to break into the ATM on the inside, but was unsuccessful.

“Nothing was reported stolen,” the sources added.

Investigations into the matter continue.

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  1. Mr Abdullah
    March 6, 2024

    Dominicans are looking at the wrong bank for money because the bank too is broke. They need to try to get their $6.2 billion dollars that are in foreign countries on the name of foreigners

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  2. Concern
    March 6, 2024

    Jacka.. !!! you watching too much tv…

  3. Steal N Borrow
    March 6, 2024

    With all these alien wolves entering Dominica from CARICOM and can’t find work, citizens themselves cannot find work so folks are going where to money is. CARICOM makes it very easy for them to travel at will. Commit a crime today and if your planning is up to par you could be out of country the same day. There should be plenty money at Mt. David but security there is round the clock 24/7. Did I say Mt. David? My mistake.

    • Sharon S
      March 7, 2024

      Putting our Government at risk sir. This is not a joke. Bank Robbery is a Federal offense

  4. Bwa-Banday
    March 6, 2024

    No surprise here because everybody brokes and desperate. Breaking into Dca banks is unheard of from time immemorial. So while I do not condone such unlawful action, it further highlights the pinch being felt by the population. Breaking into a bank that generally have some of the highest security measures employed is a mark of desperation. Hello Mr. Abdullah, can you you hear me now? Goooood…..then please bring money quickly!

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    • March 9, 2024

      They do it in Big America too. What is the difference? I guess the whole world gone broke except for Bill Gates and Warren Buffet and Francisco Telemakak. Right, Mr. Jacka..

  5. Ibo France
    March 6, 2024

    I’m glad that the burglar(s) got nothing of value. However, the bodyguards of dimwitted Star Boy are not capable of doing the necessary investigative work to arrest the culprit(s). This is yet another unsolved crime.

    • March 9, 2024

      They got plenty of unsolved cases in big America. They call them cold cases going on for decades. How about that, smart boy? You think with your head in your a..hole.

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