Motor vehicle stolen from Entrepot

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Motor vehicle stolen from Entrepot


A black Nissan Tida, 2011 model (PE9461) was stolen Sunday night (June 29) from the Entrepot, Castries area.

The vehicle was last seen by the owner at 11:35 p.m. on Sunday.

The owner said: “Whomever took the vehicle please return it, not necessarily in the spot where you took it, but drop it somewhere. Someone can see it and report the matter.”

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to contact the nearest police station.

Reports of motor vehicle theft have been increasing. Below are some of the latest incidents.

Monday, June 23: A stolen 1995 Hyundai car was discovered in Balata hours after it was reported missing by its owner from Trois Piton (Ti Rocher area). The vehicle was believed to have been stolen between Sunday night and early Monday morning. The thieves took several parts from the vehicle, including the Pioneer deck, radiator, door handles/handles battery.

Wednesday, June 4: There is no happy ending for a Corinth woman who recently lost her 2008 Daihatsu Terios to theft. The shell of the vehicle was found in the bushes outside of Babonneau today, June 4, 2014. Virginia Auguiste confirmed that the Terios, registration HG 2129, which was stolen from her home while she slept on May 26, was found in one location while some other parts such as the engine and gear stick were recovered at another location.

Wednesday, June 4: A Toyota AE100 has been reported stolen as of this Wednesday morning (June 4). The owner of the vehicle, Samuel Alexander of Morne Du Don, told St Lucia News Online (SNO) his wife first discovered the vehicle missing around 6 a.m., when she opened their apartment door and did not see it parked in the front yard.

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  1. First off, if anyone notices a temporary garage in an unusual location call the police immediately (no name please). I am afraid this vehicle will be decapitated before it is found. Let's hope not.

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  2. The police will all times turn a blind eye on car theft because they comit the crimes.
    How can the explain parts stolen from vehicles parked in the police yard?

    There were two incidents at micoud police station.
    1. the sound system and rims were stolen outside the station
    2. The brydons truck stayed on the compound overnight and by the morning all drinks were gone.
    all inside jods

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  3. This problem will always remain because the police take stolen vehicle reports as a joke. the police should map the locations where stolen vehicles are found around the island. They should also make an example of those they catch with stolen vehicles. They need hard justice for dem fellas. The police should also go to inspect all those places that sell used vehicle parts.

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    • Come on, by the time the vehicle is reported stolen, it's probably been scrapped already. Making a Police report expecting to find the vehicle still in one piece is wishful thinking and it won't change the fact the vehicle will be found in some bush somewhere. But by all means, make the report so if you have insurance, the owner has some kind of relief. Food for thought though, maybe some owners of the stolen vehicles are also the ones employing someone to steal their vehicle so they can get the money. Hmmm. The Courts are the ones to make an example with the thieves. But if you mean the Police beating them while in custody, to teach them a lesson, I'm all for it. Parts from stolen vehicles can and will be sold, but a majority of those parts do NOT have the VIN or Engine number stenciled on there, so it's a lost cause going to used parts places.

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  4. I believe these people doing this really need to pay. SMH I HAVE REALIZED NEW VEHICLES COMING TO MY AREA BY YOUNG GUYS WHO HAVE NOT WORKED ANYWHERE BUT DRIVING A DIFFERENT VEHICLE REGULARLY. NOTHING STRANGE COULD BE THEM. THEY HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN SEVERAL THEFT INCIDENTS.

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  5. most of these vehicles seem to be brought to the same general location. i really hope these perps are caught and dealt with not by the law but by citizens themselves.some of these vehicles are insured third party there is no getting your money back when they are stolen

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  6. Any Photos of the actual vehicle or identifying marks or stickers? To other vehicle owners out there be sure to take proper photos of your vehicles

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