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  • Austin Sutherland Remanded For Burglary And Harm

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:39
  • Tattooed Burglars Caught In Corozal Town

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:43
  • Auditor's General Report Cites Irregularities In Government Finances For Year 2014/2015

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:46
  • Chairman of PAC Speaks On Auditor General's Report

    Thursday, 20 June 2019 02:50

Screen_Shot_2014-11-24_at_8.31.23_PMA Mexican National is tonight wishing he did not visit the Corozal Free Zone after he stole a bottle of perfume valued at $11.50 Belize currency and ended up paying a high price for the crime committed. On Friday November 21st, Ada Micheali Fabro, 46 year old Belizean Manager of Hearts International Limited store located at the Corozal Free Zone told authorities that a Hispanic male person, later identified as Mortime Sanchez Silva, entered the store and purchased two perfumes. He later returned and took one Royal Platinum Perfume from the store. The item valued at $69.00 pesos or $11.50 Belie currency was found in his pants pocket by security officers who intercepted him at the exit gate. He was taken back to the store and authorities were called. The 39 year old Mexican Laborer of Chetumal Quintana Roo, Mexico was arrested and charged for theft. He appeared before the Corozal Magistrates Court today where he was fined $500.00 to be paid pay forthwith or in default 4 months in prison. Up to news time Sanchez Silva remains in police custody as he has been unable to pay the $500.00 fine.

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