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Police arrest teens in connection with Off The Rails break-in

Police arrest teens in connection with Off The Rails break-in

Wednesday 14 April 2021

Police arrest teens in connection with Off The Rails break-in

Wednesday 14 April 2021


Police have made several arrests in connection with a break-in at the Off The Rails restaurant in St. Brelade in the early hours of Monday.

Officers have so far identified six suspects, who are all aged between 14 and 15.

A police spokesperson added: “Several of these suspects have already been arrested, interviewed and bailed while further enquiries continue.

“Those outstanding, will be brought in for questioning shortly.”

Masked intruders took professional kitchen knives, iPads and tills and vandalised the Railway Walk-based pizza and tapas restaurant between 01:30 and 16:00 on Monday.

As they left, they cut cameras and switched off the power, defrosting freezers and fridges, leaving a significant amount of stock to perish.

The restaurant described it as a “horrific burglary” on its Facebook page. 

Both the restaurant and the kiosk serving the Elephant Park have been forced to close this week.

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Posted by nigel pearce on
I await comments from our children’s commissioner!
Posted by The old git Git on
Come on they are only youngsters just have a quiet word with them and explain what they have done wrong and "please try and behave in the future". That will work one must not chastise children it will only hurt their feelings poor things.
Posted by Peter Townend on
I would suggest that the parents are held responsible for the damages that their children have caused to the business - and if possible taken to court as well - they must share responsibility for the actions of their children who were allowed to run wild and not under any form of control by the parents! Especially as it was in the early hours that the crime took place!
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