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policestationHere in the north two motorcycles went missing on the 1st of January and one on December 30th. The first incident was reported by 66 year old Juan Perez of Bladden Village in the Toledo District. He told police that on 30th of December 2015 around 7:30 p.m., he parked his red Meilun motorcycle valued at $2,200.00 with his friend known to him only as Tino of San Jose Village in Orange Walk. Upon checking with his friend he discovered that his motorcycle was missing.

 

The second incident was reported by 21 year old Emil Leiva of Smithsonian Street, Orange Walk Town. According to Leiva, on January 1st 2016, at around 12:30 a.m., he parked his Grey/Black/Red Meilun Ninja Motorcycle, valued at $ 4,500.00 in an empty lot near HI Five Night Club. Thereafter he went inside the night club and upon coming out of the club at around 3:00am, he noticed his motorcycle was missing.

 

As for the third motorcycle theft, that was reported by 21-year-old Austin Rodriguez of a Monkey Street address, Orange Walk Town. Rodriguez told authorities he parked his black Meilun Motor Cycle license plate OWMC-0975, behind Buthcy’s Night Club at around 12:30 and went inside the club. When he came out at around 3:30am he noticed that the motorcycle, valued at $6,400.00 had been stolen.


Orange Walk Police suspect the same person or persons are involved in the theft of the three motorcycles.

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