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Vehicle Stolen From La Clery Recovered In Millet


A vehicle stolen from a La Clery, Castries residence, has been recovered under thick foliage at Millet.

The blue Nissan Tiida, registration number PJ 3164, was parked at the owner’s home when it disappeared.

It had an alarm.

The owner believes the Nissan Tiida was stolen in the early hours of Tuesday morning, June 20, 2023.

It was recovered at about 1:00 pm with the front bumper, battery, and spare tyre missing.

The ignition lock cylinder had also been damaged.

Police are investigating.

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  1. The usual suspects. A great tool for catching thieves is roving late night/early morning roadside checks. It’s worth its weight in gold. Seen it done in a country where I once lived. Tore the crooks buttocks up.
    Glad the owner found his vehicle or what’s left of it. Now, they must undergo expenses and heartache. Wish them well.
    *Somehow a crook who returned a battery a few months ago came to mind. The video was circulating on WhatsApp, filmed by someone who was unseen in a vehicle. That crook looked too confident and smooth. Disturbingly proficient.

  2. how come no one never put Down one of those bastard. are these guys mutai or something’? an example need to be made. Mary fantastic you not warning them uh. one of these good days one will be burn alive

  3. its a good thing they found it early enough cause it would have been scrapped for parts. i have a question though in a situation like this if you report your vehicle stolen to your insurance and you later find it with those missing parts do the insurance sort you out


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