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WATCH: Parts Stolen From Parked Vehicle In Soufriere


A Soufriere resident discovered on Tuesday that her vehicle, parked outside her apartment at Cresslands, had been stripped of several parts.

All four wheels were missing, along with the car battery and mirrors.

And the individual or individuals responsible had mounted the car on blocks.

The owner, who appeared to take the setback in stride, posted a video of the vehicle on social media and has since taken steps to get her car back on the road.

Police are investigating.

The Soufriere incident is the latest in a spate of recent similar occurrences, including the theft of a battery from a parked vehicle in Castries and the disappearance of a car parked outside a residence at Chase Gardens.

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  1. G.w it depends on what your insurance policy covers. If your insurance policy covers theft, then you can put forward a claim.

  2. The insurance self is a thief. In such case you know how long the woman car would be remaining on blocks. I know of people when they buy a vehicle they put certain mark on all parts. Even on the glass.


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