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15 May 2017







Luis CHO, 46-year-old Meteorologist of Krooman Road, Belize City, reported that on 14th May 2017, he was jogging on Chetumal Street heading in the direction of Belama when he was approached by two male persons on a blue motorcycle who both held him at gun point and took away his Samsung Galaxy S4. Thereafter, the male persons made good their escape. Police are investigating.

Albert UCK, 32-year-old Information Technology Technician of Raccoon Avenue, Belmopan, reported that on 13th May 2017 at 1:30am, he and his friend went to a nightclub located on Newtown Barrack Road. UCK stated that he placed two of his pack bag containing personal items in his friend’s red Dodge Dakota 1999 pickup truck which was parked near Elements Nightclub, properly locked and secured. On 14th May 2017 at 3:20am, upon returning to the vehicle, UCK noticed that (2) of his bag packs were missing, His bags contained several electronic items and clothing. Police are investigating.


On 13th May 2017 at 11:00am, police responded to a House Fire in Bella Vista Village, Toledo, and upon their arrival at the address police saw a wooden structure house with thatched roof engulfed in flames. Initial investigations revealed that on 13th May 2017 at 7:00am, Elvira PECK, 40-year-old Domestic, went to San Isidro Village leaving behind her three children; ages 2, 6, and 16 years old. Their neighbor was alerted by smoke coming from the house and immediately went to rescue the children who escaped uninjured. It was revealed that one of the children was playing with a lighter which caused the fire. The building and its contents were completely destroyed by fire and the fire was extinguished by fire personnel.





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