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Nov 4, 2016

Another Ministry of Health pick-up stolen, this time in San Ignacio

On the Phone: ASP Daniel Ichie

A government owned vehicle was stolen in the early hours of this morning in San Ignacio Town. The vehicle attached/assigned to the Ministry of Health was parked in an employee’s yard when it was taken. San Ignacio Police don’t have a suspect and are still looking for the pick-up truck but it is known that in previous cases of stolen SUVs, these vehicles turn up across the Western Border. We spoke via phone with Acting O.C. of the San Ignacio Police Superintendent Daniel Iche on the latest government stolen vehicle.

 

On the Phone: ASP Daniel Iche, Acting OC, San Ignacio Police

“Mr. Miguel Salazar, driver attached to the San Ignacio Community Hospital here in San Ignacio Town, reported that sometime between 12:15 am and 6:00 am this morning fourth of November, 2016, a gray four-door 2011 Toyota Hilux pickup with license plate CYB1665 attached to the Ministry of Health was stolen from out of his yard in the Kontiki area of San Ignacio Town. San Ignacio Police are in search of this vehicle, along with personnel from Benque Viejo Police attachment. So far we haven’t found this vehicle.”

 

Andrea Polanco

“Sir, do you have an individual in mind, a suspect, that you are looking out for in terms of locating this vehicle?”

 

On the Phone: ASP Daniel Iche

“Not at this point.”

 

Andrea Polanco

“Sir, do you believe that this vehicle is still in Belizean territory or perhaps it has been taken across the border? Is your investigation pointing in any sort of direction- as that?”

 

On the Phone: ASP Daniel Iche

“I wouldn’t want to speculate right now but my guys are out in the field trying to locate this vehicle.”

 

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