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Vehicle Stolen From Monchy – Reward Offered For Information

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The owner of a vehicle discovered stolen from Monchy, Gros Islet, has offered a $2000 reward for information leading to its intact recovery.

The number to call is : 7242700 or the nearest police station.

The owner imported the 2012 Toyota Belta about three months ago.

Thieves made off with it, although the car had an alarm.

The theft was discovered on Sunday at about 6:00 am, the second such incident within days.

On Thursday, a Carellie, Castries resident reported that thieves had stolen his car.

The owner discovered the vehicle missing at about 3:20 am that day.

However, after posting the theft on social media and receiving tips from the public, the intact vehicle was found hidden in a bushy area of Bocage, Castries.

It appeared that the thieves had concealed the car there to return later to strip it.

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Relationship between media and law enforcement agencies.
    Then we ask jonh jackass to help.
    Government
    Please put things together

  2. Covered in the bushes– well leave it there but under surveillance, then you would have a whole bunch of rats caught in the act! Rats that could be off the streets for the xmas season and even better yet, eradicated from our universe for good.

  3. How thoughtful of @You Nooks..those cops are either dumb,don’t care,incompetent,don’t have resources or what the hell?..I don’t know…sel resource yo ne is to get big stock of cocaine and weed and hash in containers.

  4. While I share the same view of some bloggers, leaving the car there to catch the culprits. But we need to take into consideration the owner’s plight to have his investment back asap because he didn’t buy it for showcase purposes. Anyone would have done the same thing he did. If it was me who have several vehicles, I’d leave it and place it under surveillance, even to the destination and who it was deliver to etc. I would have done my investigation personally and continue to leave the car there, not even involving the police. Long story short, either worms/ants food or fish meals.

  5. THOUGHT THE POPO GOT NEW DRONES, THEY COULD HAVE RETRIEVED THE CAR STAY SILENT , PUT UP THE DRONES AND MONITOR THE SITE AND CATCH THE RATS. THEN LET IT OUT OF THE BAG, WHEN WILL THEY LEARN.

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