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Over $14,400 in tools and equipment stolen from farmhouse

Thieves burglarized a farm in Western Pines and stole over $14,400 worth of goods and equipment.

William Ordonez, 50, a plumber of Pelican Street, Belize City, who is the caretaker for the Ordonez family farm, situated about one mile northwest of Western Pines, which is in Western Paradise, reported that at about 5:00 Sunday evening, January 26, he secured the family farm and left.

Ordonez said that when he returned to the farm yesterday, Sunday, at about 1:00, he found that the farmhouse had been broken into and that an assortment of items totaling $14,490.00 in value had been stolen.

Ordonez told police that he checks the farm at least twice a week, but cannot pinpoint anyone he suspects of the crime.

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