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Jun 1, 2017

Man Charged for Stolen Agriculture Hilux; Cops Honored

Kareem Harvey

Twenty-three-year-old Kareem Harvey, a resident of Poison Wood Street in Belmopan, has been charged with Aggravated Burglary in reference to a 2016 government-owned Toyota Hilux, stolen from an employee of the Ministry of Agriculture. According to the registrar officer of the Pesticide Control Board in Central Farm, Cayo, as she arrived at her house last Saturday, she was accosted by a man, who placed an object resembling a firearm to her back and put a plastic bag over her face. He then robbed her of her handbag containing cash and personal effects as well as another bag with over four thousand Euros and a cell phone. After relieving her of her possessions, the robber then escaped in the government pickup truck. Investigations by the police led them to Harvey who was today charged for the crime. The loot and vehicle were also recovered in the process.

Also today, five officers attached to the Belmopan, were honored for the recovery of the stolen hilux. According to the Senior Superintendent Howell Gillett, “It is as a direct result of bravery, commitment and choice decisions that cause this to happen. When officers do wrong we are quick to punish them; likewise when they do well, we must celebrate them.” Also joining in on the celebration were the Commissioner of Police Allen whylie and the C.E.O. in the Ministry of Agriculture, Jose Alpuche, who is responsible for Pesticide Control Board.

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1 Response for “Man Charged for Stolen Agriculture Hilux; Cops Honored”

  1. Dennis Jackman Sarteneja says:

    Great job done by our police. Keep up the good work.

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