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$$ raised allegedly stolen from JvD Primary School

- $1,100 allegedly placed in cash pan has gone missing
The Jost van Dyke Primary School has lost some $1100 to burglary, according to reports reaching our newsroom. Photo: Internet Source
GREAT HARBOUR, Jost van Dyke, VI- The hard work and time put into raising funds for the Jost van Dyke Primary School seem to have been for nothing as the monies accumulated have since gone missing.

Reports reaching our newsroom from sources at the school have indicated that the sum of $1,100, which was raised via a fundraising event for the school, was stolen between the afternoon of February 15 and the morning of February 16, 2021.

It is our information the money was secured in a cash pan in a drawer of the Principal’s desk.

It was during the morning of February 16, 2021, when the Principal entered the school’s resource centre where her office is currently located that the discovery was made.

Upon entering her office, the Principal allegedly immediately noticed the drawer was open and, upon investigating, discovered all the money gone.

The drawer was allegedly damaged in the process of the burglary.

10 Responses to “$$ raised allegedly stolen from JvD Primary School”

  • The watchdog (18/02/2021, 12:49) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    hope its not an inside job
  • oohh boii (18/02/2021, 13:18) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is just down right SHAMEFUL on who ever did that
    Funds for school STOLEN ??

    Naaaahhh cannot be true. We don’t have those kinda 2 foot animals on island
  • GG (18/02/2021, 13:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is so sad. Wondering who would do this. Don’t worry that and extra will raised very soon.
  • See (18/02/2021, 13:36) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Human garbage
  • parent (18/02/2021, 13:54) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    First I would say as a parent, looks to me like someone who had knowledge of the money knew exactly where to look. Second, any type of monies that was raised, should have been put into a account in the bank. Shame on whomever took the money, how can this person sleep good at nights knowing what you did to innocent children. I hope when you are sitting off by yourself THE THOUGHT OF WHAT YOU DID ECHOES IN YOUR MIND.
  • Ain't no Joke (18/02/2021, 14:32) Like (3) Dislike (11) Reply
    That's how hard things are,,,, The principal getting a salary every two weeks,,,,, Some one badly in need really want that money,,,,No need to worry that money may have saved a family,,
  • friend (18/02/2021, 16:42) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    They stealing from their own children.
  • blablabla (18/02/2021, 19:46) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    Stop using COVID-19 as an excuse. A lot of you’ll been have sticky fingers regardless. So it’s easy to put blame else where. It’s hard and 90% of the community still ain’t out there stealing etc.
  • local girl (18/02/2021, 20:04) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    Are you for real is this a joke?
    Do we really have people in the BVI who has sticky fingers? Stealing from kids? Whosoever did this is a low down dirty scoundrel.
    Things cannot be this bad that we're stealing from our children now, this $hit makes me wanna lift someone and drop them on the concrete shatter ALL their bones , or tied them up for 10 days and every morning take a pliers and take out a finger and toenail.
    I'm sick of thieves now, politicians doing so is the little man. Shame ah nah load but it does break neck.
  • Liston (20/02/2021, 10:41) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    It must be UK or the governor. Ha, ha, let’s blame this one on the “oppressors” again. LOL


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