Hilux jacked and recovered Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 June 2017 00:00

The manager and registrar officer of the Pesticide Control Board residing at Central Farm visited the San Ignacio Police Station and reported that on May 27, 2017 she arrived home in a Grey Toyota Hilux Pickup which is attached to the Pesticide Control Board. She stated that upon entering her house she was attacked by a male person who had a piece of black cloth covering a portion of his head and face. She stated that she recognized her attacker as a person she only knows as Kareem who works with the Ministry of Agriculture.

Her attacker placed an object believed to be a firearm to her back and placed a plastic bag over her face. He proceeded to rob her of her leather handbag containing $50.00 with a variety of credit and debit cards, her Belizean Driver’s License, Social Security Card, and her work identification. Also stolen were a black hand bag which contained a total of $4,000 Euro in various denominations and one Touch Screen LG Smart phone valued at $145.00. The culprit then made good his escape using the Hilux pickup valued at $75,000.

During the incident, her boyfriend was also attacked and a blue bag containing $250.00 in cash and a black Samsung cell phone valued at $100.00 was stolen from him. Police response led to the recovery of all stolen items along with the Toyota Hilux and the detention of 23-year-old Kareem Harvey, laborer of Poison Wood Street, Belize City pending charges of aggravated burglary.