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Sep 28, 2011

Stolen items recovered after Venezuelan Embassy burglary

The Venezuelan Embassy located in Belmopan was broken into last Thursday and a large assortment of items was stolen. It is the second embassy to be burglarized in the past months; the other is the embassy of El Salvador. On Tuesday, police searched a house on Thyrel Hyde on Bladden Street, Belmopan where Kayla Nunez Munoz and Leonel Moralez were also present. They recovered part of the loot including a microwave, TV, mini system, computer and monitor as well as a key board.  Following that search, police moved to the house of Joseph Hyde where Casey Gutierrez was also present. They recovered a TV, radio, and CD player that belong to the Venezuelans.  If the name Thyrel Hyde sounds familiar, that’s because he was also named in the robbery of the Salvador Embassy. Hyde was said to have stored the stolen items at the home of Belize City journalist, Glenn Tillett.

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4 Responses for “Stolen items recovered after Venezuelan Embassy burglary”

  1. Rod says:

    Chavez should sue this incompetent gov and pm for lack of security

  2. sambo says:


    yeah yeah
    blame a lack of security as opposed to the real cause

  3. Belizean Diaspora says:

    Is it just me or is it the same guy who allegedly robbed the Embassy of Salvador, is the same man fingered in this crime right now? Obviously something is going on and the police is not doing their jobs.

  4. someone says:

    Try him, if guilty, convict him and send him to Prison Farm, where he can learn to be productive and earn his living. Give him 5 yrs minimum, no parole…for repeated offence.

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