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Screen_Shot_2014-09-15_at_7.53.52_PMThere was another robbery reported, this time the incident occurred on Saturday afternoon after brazen thieves targeted a lone businesswoman at her establishment named Darvi’s located on Cemetery Street. Second in Command, Inspector Selvin Tillett says they have made an arrest in this latest heist.


Inspector, Selvin Tillette – Deputy Commander, OW Police


“Rosalba Canul, 44 years Belizean residents of Cemetery street, Orange Walk and reported on the 11th day of September 2:15pm at Darvis located at 6th Cemetry street Orange Walk Town, she saw two male person of creole decent arrived riding of separate bicycles, both walked inside the store and one of them war wearing a red cap and no mask, walked at her and pointed the hand gun at her meanwhile the other individual who had a black rag on his face, the complainant further say that one demanded money and threatened to kill her, they stole $406.00 in cash, a smart phone valued at $250.00 and another smart phone valued at $119.00 and thereafter they made good their escape, police investigation into this incident led to the arrest of one Lennox Rhaburn, 21 years old Belizean labourer of Gristock Street Orange walk Town was arrested for robbery."


Police are currently seeking the second alleged perpetrator to this crime.

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