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Thieves hit school cafeteria again and again says vendor

There has been a report of another burglary at the All Saints Secondary School.
According to a vendor who has been working at the cafeteria for around four years, the break-in occurred last night or early this morning (Friday).
The source says that vendors at the school have been experiencing break-ins since 2015 and that there was another break-in as recently as last week.
The vendor claims the school had been asked repeatedly to do more to prevent the break-ins like installing burglar bars on the windows.
OBSERVER media reached out to the principal of the All Saints Secondary School, John Edwards but he said he did not wish to comment at this time.
The vendor who spoke to OBSERVER says the school has taken some steps to make the cafeteria more secure such as changing the locks but they say it is not enough.
OBSERVER also spoke to Police Inspector Frankie Thomas about the reported break-in but he said did not have any information on the incident up to the time he was contacted.

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