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corozal_policeCorozal Police have tonight issued a wanted poster for Zamir Vivas, who is wanted in connection with the April 22nd burglary of Sai-Sidhi Store in the Corozal Commercial Free Zone. Corozal Police believe that Vivas, along with one Henry Lima and Keith Bennett who have already been arrested by Police, burglarized Sai-Sidhi Store and walked away with more than $118,000 in Mexican pesos.

Seventy-eight thousand dollars were stashed in a metal safe while $40,000 was in a cash register. But the burglary was foiled after security officers in the free zone found Keith Bennett on the premises with $9,500 in his possession.

When Police were called in and combed the area they found three bicycles and an open but empty metal safe along with a number of caps and shirts. Further police investigations led to the arrest of Henry Lima who was found in possession of $13,900. The men entered Sai-Sidhi Store through a small ventilation window located on the southern part of the building.

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