A businessman is seeking the public’s help in recovering a ‘bouncy castle’ that was stolen from his mother’s residence in Bonneterre, Gros Islet between May 2 and May 3.
The businessman, who preferred anonymity, told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the inflatable castle was stolen about a day after it was used at an event in Chase Gardens, Castries.
The businessman said, interestingly, the castle was the only item stolen from the house.
The frustrated man said he purchased the item for about $6,000 in late March, to start his business, iBounce.
The matter was reported to the Gros Islet Police Station.
Bouncy castles are not common in St. Lucia so the businessman believes it shouldn’t be hard to find.
“If it’s opened anywhere I want to know, so I want pictures posted everywhere I can,” he said.
Anyone with information about the stolen item is asked to contact the nearest police station or 722-1276.