The Inspector General of police Mamout Jobe was on Friday invited to the State House, where he was told by President Barrow to get to the bottom of the GRA recent burglary case, Freedom Newspaper has been reliably informed. “The State House is mad about the GRA theft case. They are saying that there is an open plan office on the ground floor full of things that can be taken away, but why the first floor. These were Barrow’s words this morning,” said an insider.
IGP Jobe was unequivocally told to track down the perpetrators and bring them to book. He left the State House by promising to speed up the investigations.
According to our source, the GRA Deputy Director Essa Jallow, has in the recent past suffered theft of his mobile phones. He said the police can expand their investigations by trying to recover Jallow’s stolen phones.
“If the stolen phones are recovered, that would help them in tracking down the recent thieves. This appears to be an inside job theft case,” said our source.
It would be recalled that unknown thieves recently broke into the GRA and stole DDG Essa Jallow’s computer, safe and TV set. The stolen PC has the database of GRA customers information.