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Burglar terrorizes Carellie, Castries family in broad daylight

By SNO Staff

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Still from a surveillance camera shows the burglar (bottom left)

(SNO) – It’s everyone’s nightmare to have a burglar enter their home and terrorize their family, in broad daylight at that.

But this is exactly what happened to a Carellie family on January 3, 2020.

A family member, who prefers to remain anonymous, said the incident began unfolding at around 11:44 a.m. when a burglar entered the property by scaling a side roof to enter the master bedroom.

“My small children, aged three and five were in the room at the time on their tablets,” the family member said. “The burglar forced them out of the room.”

He explained that the three-year-old began crying for her tablet, which was taken by the burglar.

“My wife went upstairs to the bedroom to enter the password (for the tablet) but it appeared that the burglar hid in the closet,” he stated. “When my wife left the children were forced out and the bedroom was locked. The burglar took a FIRE HD 8-inch tablet, my wife’s wedding rings, gold watch, and other gold jewelry. Even her birth certificate was stolen.”

He explained other similar documents were stolen.

The burglar soon made good his escape.

“He left by going down the roof and onto the ground, thereafter scaling the fence into an empty lot at the back of the house,” he said. “On that same day, another report was made of a burglar entering another house in the neighborhood.”

The family, which was left shaken but unharmed, called the police who responded quickly.

“Reports have been made to the Police who took fingerprints and are currently conducting investigations,” the family member said.

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  1. Why are they taking fingerprints when they've never even bothered to compare fingerprints with anyone else who has committed a crime

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