Corozal House Of Culture Hosts Annual Ancient Week

The annual Ancient World symposium held at the Corozal House of Culture has featured special present...

PUP Leader Says Barrow Administration Must Answer For Sanctuary Bay Scandal

Last week Prime Minister Dean Barrow made active attempts to keep the full extent of the Sanctuary B...

PUP Says Sanctuary Bay Scam Is Too Huge To Ignore

Today more documents in relation to the scheme which the U.S. says defrauded Americans of over $100 ...

Major Bank Considering Exiting Belie, Says Briceno

One of serious revelations by the Opposition leader in today’s press conference is that the financia...

New Facebook Aging App Can Cause Security Breaches

If you have recently been on social media, chances are you might have come across the newest viral t...

  • Corozal House Of Culture Hosts Annual Ancient Week

    Wednesday, 17 July 2019 02:46
  • PUP Leader Says Barrow Administration Must Answer For Sanctuary Bay Scandal

    Friday, 19 July 2019 02:20
  • PUP Says Sanctuary Bay Scam Is Too Huge To Ignore

    Friday, 19 July 2019 02:25
  • Major Bank Considering Exiting Belie, Says Briceno

    Friday, 19 July 2019 02:35
  • New Facebook Aging App Can Cause Security Breaches

    Friday, 19 July 2019 02:37

Belize_Police_Dept-BPDpolice_logoCopper theft continues as police investigate yet another report. Corozal Police report that sixty-two year old Noel Samodee, a retired Trinidadian and US Citizen of Four Miles Lagoon on the Phillip Goldson Highway reported that around 6:30 in the morning on Tuesday of this week there was a power outage in his residence. Samodee informed police that he made checks at the breaker box that was outside of his house on a cement pole and noticed that the ground had been dug and refilled.


As he made further checks he realized that someone had tampered with the wires from the meter box and about 630 feet of number six copper wire was missing. The cost of the stolen copper wire is estimated to be around $1,200. Corozal Police are investigating the incident and ask the public if they have information concerning the sale of copper wires or the theft of it to please contact the Corozal Police at 402-0022 or any other police station or call 922.

Share this post

This content has been locked. You can no longer post any comment.