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Belize-Police-Dept-BPDpolice-logo1-150x150Three minors from Corozal are tonight under police custody for two separate crimes committed in the villages of Patchakan and Xaibe.  40 year old Adriana Medina, domestic worker from the village of Patchakan, reported to police that between Sunday the 31st of August and the 1st of September of this year thief or thieves broken into her kitchen and stole one black and purple female beach cruiser with serial number 12687j0329 valued at $235.00.  When police visited the scene they found no signs of forced entry. Corozal Police have since detained a 16 year old minor from the village of Patchakan in the Corozal District pending charges.


While the 16 year old minor awaits charges for the crime of burglary, a 14 year old and a 17 year old are also in police custody awaiting their faith.


31 year old Elton Triminius, water vendor from the village of Xaibe, reported to police that on Saturday September 6th, around 2:30 his fuisha and pink in color 26” female Hurricane Beach cruiser bicycle with serial number CP99012063 valued at $265.00 was stolen from infront of his uncle’s residence in Xaibe.

Quick police response led to the recovery of the bicycle and landed both minors into police custody. The 17 year old from the village of Patchakan is facing charges of handling stolen goods while the 14 year old faces charges of theft.

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