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Home Crime More burglaries in Belize City and San Pedro

More burglaries in Belize City and San Pedro

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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