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police_corozalA Belizean mechanic of Corozal Town, Ramiro Pineda, reported to police that on Thursday December 26th at about 8:30pm while he was walking on an unnamed street in San Andres Village, he was approached by two male persons who were riding individual bicycles of which he recognized as one Fernando of San Andres Village. Pineda reported that Fernando robbed him of his touch screen cell phone valued at $350.00.

 

Pineda says he managed to hold on to one of his attackers whilst he attempted to flee with the stolen item, a struggle ensued among them where Pineda’s assailant dropped the cell-phone causing the screen to break beyond repair. As a result, police arrested and charged 23 year old Fernando Olivares of San Andres Village, for the crimes of "Robbery" and "Damage to Property".

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