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$250,000 worth of pipes stole

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama–Officers from the Central Detective Unit(CDU)in Grand Bahama are conducting an investigation following the theft of a large quantity of aluminum tube pipes from a local business site.

According to reports, between January 6 and 13 the pipes were stolen from a storage area at Diversified Service International Company located on the Airport Road.

The incident was reported to police by the management of Inchcape Shipping Services on West Atlantic Drive at 1:40 p.m. on January 3.

The stolen goods are estimated to be worth$250,000.

Police are also continuing their investigation into a two-vehicle traffic accident on Wednesday night. Two people died in the fiery crash.

While police have not yet officially released the names of the victims,The Freeport Newsunderstands that the victims are Jacinta Colebrooke and Maure Noel.

The charred remains of the two victims were pulled from one of the vehicles on the Grand Bahama Highway.

Police have also released information regarding the road closures scheduled to take place as a result of the annual police church service. The service will take place tomorrow at Central Church of God on Coral Road at 2:30 p.m.

Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest will be in attendance along with Commissioner Ellison Greenslade.

Officers will march to the church at 1:45 p.m. from Christ the King Church on Coral Road.

Following the service the march will continue north on Coral Road to Explorers Way and move west along Explorers Way to the Mall Road and continue on to police headquarters.

Road closures will be in effect on Pioneers Way between the Mall Drive and Coral Road from 1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

From 4:00 p.m. until the parade has passed, road closures will be in effect for Coral Road between Pioneers Way and Explorers Way; Explorers Way between Coral Road and East Mall Drive; and along East Mall Drive between Explorers Way and police headquarters.

During the march, traffic will be diverted to side streets.

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