CCTV: Man Tampering With Parking Machines

February 15, 2011

A 30 year old man was arrested after being observed on CCTV tampering with the pay & display machines at the City Hall car park in the City of Hamilton. The suspect was found with a screwdriver and a pair of scissors in his possession, and he is expected to appear in court in the very near future.

A Police spokesman said: “Around 1:30am on Tuesday, February 15th 2011 a man was observed on CCTV tampering with the pay & display machines at the City Hall car park in the City of Hamilton.”

“As a result, officers on mobile patrol in the area arrested a 30 year old Sandys parish man at the scene. The suspect was found with a screwdriver and a pair of scissors in his possession. The items were seized as evidence and a court appearance is anticipated in the very near future.”

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  1. chris says:

    dont steal from a gosling dude

  2. just joking says:

    AMAZING…..caught the guy trying to steal money…but last year when someone put 13 slices along the side of my car they said they couldn’t see anything????
    yes 13 long deep cuts….amazing what they can see when they want to with these cameras

    • enough already says:

      ignorance prevails… how about maybe there were cars blocking the person scratching ur car. can we for once be thankful that there has been improvement with the camera system?!

      • just joking says:

        one camera facing the car happened between 6pm and 11pm and yes the area was well lite…and they refuse to let you look at the tape,,,
        but yes am glad someone got caught trying to steal

  3. Triangle Drifter says:

    Must be one of Dumb & Dumbers relatives. I mean…really…knocking over a parking machine in a very public place. Just how stupid do you get?

  4. What's The Difference says:

    Last year no one was monitoring the CCTV systems around the clock. I believe that now there are people monitoring these cameras 24/7. Which could be why the person got away with scratching the car.