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Vehicle Stolen From Reduit

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Police have received a report that a vehicle was stolen from Reduit on Thursday after the owner parked the 2000 Suzuki Escudo, PE864, on the road outside his home.

It was the second time that thieves had made off with the Escudo.

Some years ago, after the vehicle had disappeared, it was recovered virtually intact at Ciceron, Castries.

In recent months, Saint Lucia has witnessed a spate of vehicle thefts. In some cases, the vehicles have been recovered, usually after being stripped of parts.

Regarding the latest incident at Reduit, individuals with information that could lead to the Suzuki Escudo’s recovery have been asked to contact the nearest police station.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. @ George.
    Sorry, the car windows are mostly tinted shutout black. It’s a St. Lucia thang. The politicians are deathly frightened to do what it takes to combat crime. All they think of is being the nicest guy to get votes.

  2. George those cameras are there to monitor you and keep you in line when people inevitably rise up against the injustices they see occurring daily.

    Remember, you will own nothing and be happy.

  3. @ Poule Foo…..you forgot lawyers and magistrates in addition to politicians! I strongly believe these people directly benefit from crime so no need to curtail the high occurrences. But these cameras I hope are designed to track the vehicle to atleast a general location in a community.

  4. @Poule Foo you are correct. There are several crime fighting measures that can be initiated. One of high importance and significant priority ” vehicle tinting”. This country is lawless.
    Why can’t government initiate with immediate effect or provide a time frame (August) to only allow tint with a regulated shade to be applied to only the back windscreen and passanger doors of private and hired vehicles.
    The front doors and front windscreen should never be tinted. Mini buses, taxes a nooo…
    Easy crime fighting measure…flambau will never pick this up and match….No..Its not a valuable chip for campaign…. why not do a round the island Chas…

    What are we hiding. Remumber at one point every thing will come to light…..

  5. @george you are so correct. Police, lawyers, politicians, magistrate all become super rich, there salary doesn’t support it but it is evident. Where all this derive from? Crime and Massive Corruption!

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