Crime — 04 February 2014 — by Albert J. Ciego

Burglaries were reported by police in Belize City and San Pedro. In Belize City, the home of a bank examiner was broken into, and thieves got away with over $11,000 worth of goods, while in San Pedro, thieves burglarized a business and got away with $3,000 worth of goods.

Andrea Reneau, of Soberanis Street in the Belama Phase 1 area of the city, told police that between 10:25 in the morning and 12:47 on the afternoon of December 5 last year, 2013, her house was broken into and thieves stole an assortment of jewelry, an assortment of electronic items, and some household equipment, which together totaled about $11,639 in value.

Police have not yet found those responsible.

The second report of burglary was made by Jose Paz, a businessman of Boca Del Rio Drive in San Pedro, who told police that at about 5:30 Wednesday, January 29, he locked up his business, Milo International of Pescador Drive.

He said that at about 6:30 a.m. Thursday, he received a call informing him that his business had been burglarized. He rushed to his business place and saw a hole, measuring about 2 feet by 1 foot, in the center of the back room of the building. He then found that an assortment of electronic items and furniture had been stolen.

Police continue their investigation.

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