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Screen_Shot_2015-07-06_at_7.39.44_PMOrange Walk police is seeking one male person in connection to a burglary that occurred at Le’Mars Emporium on Dunn Street in the wee hours of Saturday morning. We have been able to retrieve some surveillance footage which shows that around 1:40am, the opportunistic thief made his way inside the building by prying open the shutter and then breaking the store’s glass front door. The footage does not reveal the entire ordeal since the first thing on the criminal’s agenda was to cut the wires of the surveillance cameras.  And that is when the camera captured the male person who was wearing a sweater type hoodie. Obviously the individual was in search of cash and he found some and of course helped himself to it, more than $600.00. He also made away with a stereo worth US$150.00. Employees made the discovery the following morning when they arrived to work and saw the glass door broken. We understand that the perpetrator cut himself as he pried open the shutter and left his hand prints on one of the walls of the store.  Anyone that can assist the police with identifying the perpetrator is asked to call the Orange Walk Police Station.

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