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Sep 14, 2020

Two Charged for Stolen Computers in Orange Walk

Joseph Myvett

Two persons were arrested over stolen computers in Orange Walk Town. Police say that a twenty-two-year-old and a sixteen-year-old were arrested and charged in connection with the computers that were stolen from a primary school. The principal went to the school on the morning of September ninth and around nine-thirty, he discovered that the school had been broken into and eleven computers were missing.  Here’s more from the Head of the National Crimes Investigation Branch:


ACP Joseph Myvett, Head, National Crimes Investigation Branch

“The Principal of San Francisco Government School in Orange Walk Town visited the Orange Walk Police Station and reported that on the ninth of September sometime around eight-thirty a.m. when he arrived at the school, he observed that the computer room as well as several classrooms were broken into. Upon his inspection of the computer room he noted that a total of eleven computers were stolen. As a result, police conducted an investigation where upon the conclusion of the investigation, they visited the home of Ervin Moncilla, twenty-two-year-old of Orange Walk, where they discovered ten of those missing computers. As a result, Moncilla, along with a sixteen-year-old minor have since been arrested and charged for the crimes of burglary and handling stolen goods.”


Andrea Polanco

“Sir, any idea where that remaining one computer is?”


ACP Joseph Myvett

“At this point in time we are trying to locate the other missing computer from that batch.”

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