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Ford Explorer Vandalised In La Clery – Owner Urges Vehicle Owners To Be Vigilant

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The owner of a Ford Explorer has urged vehicle owners to be vigilant after his SUV was vandalised at La Clery, Castries.

The owner had parked the vehicle in a lane beside the Catholic Church.

He disclosed that on Monday morning when he arrived at the location, he discovered that someone had maliciously smashed the front and back windscreens and the windows on one side.

“I don’t know if it’s a neighbour that has a problem with me,” he told St Lucia Times.

And he urged vehicle owners to be careful.

The vandalized vehicle had an alarm.

“I wasn’t there but the people who were around told me they heard the noise at around 3:00 am,” the owner disclosed.

He advised owners to check on their vehicles whenever they become suspicious.

In the case of the La Clery incident, nothing was taken from the Ford Explorer.

“I don’t see what they’re getting from that except putting themselves in problems with somebody,” the owner declared.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. zyan that may be part of the problen but people need to understand unless u are married u dont own anybody…..we have alot of self esteem issues in this place…..my man my woman creating some jealous hatred in u all hearts for other imperfect humans but yet still u all cant feed them…..if someone decides to be with someone else let the person go know your self worth…wen u fight another man or woman for another how are u guaranteed that this person will remain with u???? the other issue can be is these culprits have no work to do…go find a decent job…

  2. Allu men like to park in front ppl home and you nowhere near the vehicle. This attack was personal.

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