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policeThe string of home robberies is being reported and opportunistic thieves are mostly targeting high valued items. In Corozal, 65-year-old American retiree James Lawrence of Xaibe Village reported that on Monday December 15th his residence at Xaibe Village was burglarized. Stolen were an assortment of electronic items, house hold items, assorted jewelry and tools all to a total value of $16,497.00. Corozal Police are seeking 2 persons of interest who are known to them as investigations continue.


In another incident, 32 year old Domestic of Patchakan Village, Leonor Gilharry reported that between 2:00pm & 3:00pm Sunday December 14th her house was burglarized by her husband Elvis Gilharry whom she has been separated from since June 2014. Upon making checks she saw her former husband Elvis Ellis Gilharry, along with his Brother Juan Carlos Gilharry coming out from her yard. The men made away with her cellular phone valued at $140. The Gilharry brothers are being south by police.


And while authorities in San Pedro are still investigating the shooting incident between Coast Guard personnel and beachcombers, 53-year-old Karen Young, Canadian of Stone Crab and Mermaid Street, Alta Mar Area of San Pedro Town reported that at around 4:20 p.m on Friday December 12th, she left her home leaving all her doors and windows locked and secured. She stated that when she returned at about 6:30 p.m. she noticed that the glass window on the southern side of her home was broken and discovered electronic items, assorted shoes and other items missing valued at $8,605.00. Police have since recovered two silver coloured Apple MacBook Air valued at $2,600.00 and is seeking one man for questioning.

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