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policeAnd in Ambergris Caye, an American Photographer is crying foul after thieves targeted him and stole all of his equipment from out of his resort room. 50-year-old Benedict Kim, American Photographer of Maya Beach, Placencia Area, Stann Creek District visited the San Pedro Police Station and reported that he arrived in San Pedro Town on Monday December 15th and went to stay at a Resort. Two days later on Wednesday at around 11:30 a.m. he left his room and returned at around 12:15 p.m. to get his computer, however, he noticed that it was missing. He made further checks and observed that the following items were missing: a silver colored HP lap top valued at $850.00 USD, a black CANON brand digital camera valued at $2,000.00 USD, a black in colour with black leather case, ACES brand Tablet NEXUS model, valued at $200.00 USD, a white with black case NOKIA cell phone with calling number 629- 9067 valued at $150.00 USD, and (4) $100.00 and some small change in different denominations. Altogether, the total value of the items amounted to $3,400 USD. Again, police have no concrete leads or persons detained.

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