Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Car Thieves Strike Again

Car thieves made off with a white Nissan Tiida some time between 1.00 and 3.00 am Thursday morning, it has been reported.

The owner of the vehicle told St Lucia Times that it was parked on the Massade Road, Gros Islet.

The vehicle had no alarm.

The owner suspects that the thieves may have had a master key.

The registration number of the stolen car is PK 1174.

It’s the latest vehicle to have been taken by thieves.

In the past two weeks a car parked on the Morne du Don road was partially stripped despite having a fairly sophisticated alarm system.

Another vehicle, a Mitsubishi Sportero pickup was stolen from Sans Souci, Castries.

The Sportero was later found overturned in the Monchy area.

Persons who have information about the stolen Nissan Tiida have been asked to contact the nearest police station.




  1. I wonder how many people will come forward to protest a punishment of hand amputation, if these culprits were caught, tried and found guilty, and that was the punishment.

  2. Especially them fellers doing that AA.put an electronic chair for them or contact a hatian for them .every time in st.lucia is the same damn thing.when police hold them or they got shot their families coming out and say he was a good person chooos tan

  3. Once they stole a friend tida, it was sprayed the same night. Check Marc garage. Use your automatic button on your key. The changing every thing same day. Fellas are employed for that Dat. Move fast.


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