The Analyst (Monrovia)

2 January 2013

Liberia: New Vision Office Burglarized

Unknown criminals on Saturday night, December 30, 2012 broke into the offices of The NEW VISION Newspaper on Carey Street, taking away several valuable equipment, worth several thousand United States Dollars.

According to a Press Release issued by the Management of the Newspaper, the unknown criminals among equipment and valuable items stolen include the main computer that storage all essential information and materials. The computer and equipment are used to produce the newspaper.

The criminals broke into the offices of The NEW VISION Newspaper through the ceiling connecting to the adjacent apartment hosted in the same building.

The burglary has greatly affected the institution in the smooth operations of the institution, as all information relating to the production of the paper was storage in the computer that has been stolen.

Meanwhile, the Management of the NEW VISION has expressed its unfailing commitment to keep the Newspaper on the newsstand and remains steadfast in their objectives to reports the truth.

The paper which turns nine last December is one of several local newspapers in the country that remains consistent on the newsstand and treats its stories with fairness and reports objectively.

The Management has launched an official complaint to the Liberia National Police Deport on Center Street in Central Monrovia.

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