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WATCH: Vehicle Stolen In Castries Found – Contents, Parts Missing

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The owner of a vehicle stolen from Castries said the Suzuki Escudo was found Tuesday in Babonneau, with its contents and several parts missing.

Al Edward explained that he lost his vehicle key after resting it on a wall Monday night because his trousers had no pockets.

Edward forgot to pick up the key to the vehicle parked outside his home and discovered later that the Escudo had disappeared after he retired for the night.

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Vehicle stolen from Castries

The Castries resident reviewed home CCTV camera footage and realised the theft occurred in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.

When Edward eventually found the Suzuki Escudo, it was missing the costly sound equipment he used to help support himself financially by playing music at various events.

Several vehicle parts were also missing.

One man is assisting the police with their investigation.

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  1. These menaces too society are demons on assignment from hell. They refuse to go to school and or learn a legitimate trade. Instead they want to reap where they did not sow – and the issue is this – karma will certainly have it’s way with them for sure. That’s why “poor jab” in my opinion has now been replaced with “par dee poor jab” – Amen

    By the way – the opportunist who wait to purchase stolen items and or goods – rest assured Karma is already at your door for sure.


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