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Dec 6, 2010

Missing suspects of Hattieville Accident are suspects of a burglary that same afternoon

Still on the topic of stolen items, police have recovered two flat screen TVs and other electronics believed to be the loot from a burglary on Friday afternoon. The two suspects made their getaway in a Toyota car, but ended up in an accident on the Hattieville/Boom road. The car lost control as it sped around a curve and then slammed into an oncoming BNE Truck that was travelling towards Gentrac in Ladyville. The car was ripped in two and the truck had significant damages, a scene that had the look of a tragic fatality. Fortunately, no one was injured; in fact the occupants of the car were well enough to disappear into the bushes and elude police. That’s because they are believed to have been fleeing the scene of a burglary. The occupants of the getaway car have still not been caught.

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5 Responses for “Missing suspects of Hattieville Accident are suspects of a burglary that same afternoon”

  1. BZNinCALI says:

    Has anyone seen two men walking with limps and/or have you been picking glass out of your Princes’ faces or elsewhere? Turn them in, the life you save may be your own.

  2. rootsman says:

    Don’t this car that the thieves were in have a license plate? Who was the car registered to? Have the owner of the car been located? What information have the owner provided to the police? you would think that the public could be a big asset in helping the police with crimes like these but if everything in Belize seems to be a secret that makes it real difficult to do so, after all no one can really hide in Belize for too long.

  3. daveyt says:

    UNFORTUNATELY there were no injuries – The two thieves should have been killed in that car – two less to worry about. Now they are free to do another burglary, or worse kill someone during a ‘jacking’.

    Who will pick up the tab for the written off car & repairs to the truck? Hopefully it was comprehensively insured, or the rightful owner will be a few thousand dollars down, just before XMas.

  4. Al says:

    I agree with you, what is the big mistry, whose car is it who was suppose to be driving it if not the owner. Stake out every family member house and their best friend house. Put out an all points bulletin for the suspects and make it known that anyone helping them will be prosecuted. It is so simple, but so foreign for the police. Big joke lol. I would be ashamed to be a detective in this police force, they are the most useless people. They could learn a lot by watching law enforcement shows like CSI and the ID channel.

  5. vigilante justice 316 says:

    Amen to all the above comments. I think I have more investigative knowledge just from watching the ID channel than the whole Belize police force put together! Also good journalism would go a step further and state that the police are looking for any information that could help in solving this crime and capturing these theiving sons of a jackal. Why is this news brief so short! When writing an article like this it would be good for the readers to get the who/what/ where/ when and possibly why if you have the info. Why is there no statement from the driver of the BNE truck? could he not provide police with a description of the two fleeing the scene. At what time of the day did this accident occur, establishing a timeline could help anyone who saw two men running through the bushes in this area come forward with details. Every little detail helps to paint an accurate picture. Anyway, I guess I want to much. I hope these @$$holes are still picking glass out their @$$!

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