According to sources close to Super Foods, robbers allegedly broke into the store by cutting off burglar proofs, stole the keys of a truck owned by Super Foods and loaded the stolen items onto it. The same sources confirmed that the administrative office had been ransacked. The supermarket storage warehouse was left in a mess by the robbers.
Anthony Jones, owner of the A.V. Jones and Sons Supermarket said the robbers broke into the supermarket through the rear and took goods worth substantial amounts of money.
Mr Ken Evelyn, owner of Super Foods said in a press statement that the incident at his Super Market was “particularly troubling.” He however said he was sympathizing with the perpetrators as the robbery was a reflection of the hard economic times. Evelyn cautioned the perpetrators to stop the practice. He said those who are in need should approach him and make honest requests.
Sources close to Super Foods said the truck that was allegedly used to steal goods from Super Foods was found dumped on the seaside of Bath Village. Sources close to Super Foods have suggested that investigations should include finding out whether goods stolen in large amounts are being retained on the island of Nevis or being ferried out of the island.