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Jul 29, 2014

Missing Ipad Turns Up in Ladyville Bakery…

What was attorney Arthur Saldivar’s missing Ipad doing in the home of the Deputy Prime Minister’s brother in Orange Walk? That’s the million dollar question right now for Saldivar. He lost his Ipad at a bakery in Ladyville, and when he tracked it using a built-in feature, it had somehow made its way to a house in Orange Walk, and then back to Ladyville before Police and Saldivar recovered it this morning. It’s shaping up to be a political thriller, and for us it started this morning at the Ladyville Police Station, just minutes after Police located the missing Ipad at E and A Bakery at Ramon’s Plaza.


Arthur Saldivar, Attorney

Arthur Saldivar

“The Ipad was missing for the better part of two weeks. Fortunately for me we were able to track it down. Originally it was in Orange Walk and I was prepared to go to Orange Walk to retrieve it there, but this morning it moved and we were able to track it to Ladyville to Ramon’s Plaza. Upon going to Ramon’s Plaza we heard the beacon beeping and the Police went in and we recovered the Ipad from the bakery at Ramon’s Plaza. So presently we have the person that was there detained to find out really and truly what happened.When we got to Ramon’s Plaza I waited for the Police to come because I didn’t want to go in alone and upon approaching the bakery I could hear the beacon beeping and when we got inside there was resistance. The lady didn’t want us to go where I heard the beacon but we still went to the back room where it was and it was in a trunk. Again she was raising objections but it was right there in a black plastic bag. She brought it out, she opened the plastic bag and there was my Ipad.”



“The house we are looking at where you say your Ipad was for the past two weeks….it has distinct features. Have you been able to use your connections to find out who this home belongs to?”


Arthur Saldivar

“We’re in the process of doing so and we are inviting the general public to assist in that process. I believe once the images are shown that the ownership of the house would be easily discernible. I have pictures of the house that we got through the satellite and through the technology that’s attached to the Ipad and that I will make available to you so that your viewers can see where it is. The Ipad was in lost mode so I’m not sure if the persons who had it were able to access it and access the information on it but I will know that soon enough.”


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11 Responses for “Missing Ipad Turns Up in Ladyville Bakery…”

  1. JG says:

    Hahaha this is news? A narcissistic lawyer can’t keep track of his iPad and loses it for two weeks before going to look for it? Why didn’t he just go get it when he realized it was gone? I’m glad we can all rest easier now knowing you guys got the lawyer his iPad back! This news is really pathetic!

  2. Dre says:

    The fact that this missing iPad made the news amuses me. There are far more important stories happening in Belize than some “Lawyer” missing his iPad. How many items go missing in one day in Belize and failed to be reported? We all know the corruption Belize consists of so please don’t waste my time reporting such foolish reports making one person seem more important than the thousands of people being robbed everyday. I would be far more enlightened to read about something that can be more informative on current events that will actually affect my life. Can we please focus on featuring larger stories on the front page rather than stories like these simply because its concerning someone that is politically involved. Lesson to be learned: Be more responsible.

  3. Uncle Benji says:

    How stupid can stupid get? Saldivar, you are stupid. Storing data on an IPad?

    Any pickney could hack your IPad, and you know that, stupid man.

  4. belizean says:

    lol, that is the biggest pilie of BS i ever heard. how does the Ipad have connectivity? is it just picking up random wifi signals? talk to anyone in technology, this is all made up

  5. john doe says:

    I am sick of these egoistic bastards trying to taking the citizens for fools. Buck up bwai!!!!!!!! Patrick Faber is the next one.

  6. jake says:

    This is like the passport issue, BOTH parties do it, what about the money from Venezuela should not there be charges there TOO?!

  7. 2cents says:

    These comments reveal people who are limited, bad mind, or jealous. Rather than paying attention it goes over your head and the victim is attacked. So sad to read and learn despicable some in Belize have become. It is not right for any person to be a victim of crime and the fact that the attorney was does not make it alright.

  8. BzeCas says:

    This is some BS,there is a whole lot of crime going on in our country to be broadcasting about this none sense. What about the other crimes that happens in the South an other parts of Belize? But you guys will waiste your times and have some shit like this on the news?

  9. Belizeinme says:

    THIS is news? This is so full of bs and corruption and with all the things happening in Belize and THIS makes headlines? Mr. Saldivar is thirsty, someone needs to give him a glass of water. This is the biggest pile of made up crap. Really? a stolen Ipad made the news. I can tell you about 20 different things worth more than an iPad stolen from my neighborhood, could that also make national news? How embarrassing for what I once thought an esteemed news outlet.

  10. jamar says:

    hahaha omg Mr. Zaldivar missing an ipad for 2weeks?when thetruth is that the ipad was forgotten at the bakery. he should be glad the owners made themselves responsible of the ipad. dude u should have went and said thank u, but its obvious u like attention. So its a million dollar question??? A million dollar is what he will need when d brother of the deputy prime minister and the owners of the bakery sue him for defamation of character.

  11. Concern says:

    Its truly amazing how low our people have sunk when it comes to crime. A crime is a crime and it doesn’t matter who it happened to, justice should be done. It should become news because when you trace and track the movement of the Ipad moved from Ladyville to the deputy prime minister’s house. We should be glad the Ipad was retrieved, but it leaves a lot of questions un-answered.

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