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Remains of stolen SUV found in Gros Islet community

By SNO Staff

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(SNO) – A relatively new Suzuki Vitara was reportedly stolen in the wee hours of Monday, June 18, 2018 from a residence on the Morne, Castries.

A stolen vehicle notice was posted across social media. Unfortunately, there was no luck on the owner’s side.

The remains of the sports utility vehicle (SUV) was discovered on Wednesday afternoon (June 20) by the police in the bushes of Monchy, Gros Islet.

The SUV, which was reportedly purchased brand new in 2016, was scrapped of all it’s main parts – down to the wires.

According to reports, the ‘shell’ of another vehicle was discovered nearby, but the remains of that vehicle appeared to have been there for a longer time.

No one has been arrested.

St. Lucia News Online also received photos of another stolen vehicle – a car – that was discovered with many of its parts missing. No additional information is available on this incident.







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11 comments

  1. Must be fire

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  2. Wow...Lucians you've descending into third world status officially......appalled by this behaviour. What's next tribalism and guerrilla warfare???

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  3. If only we had a working fingerprint database... Start by fingerprinting all new/old offenders (those in prison etc.). Then require fingerprinting for all government ID issuance (i.e. National ID card, licence--if not already collected--, passport).
    Build a serious database and make it a goal to have everyone living in St. Lucia in it.
    Require fingerprinting to be issued a Police record etc.
    That way, when our forensic experts collect fingerprints we can do a search and when suspects are questioned we can compare their fingerprints.

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  4. Mhew men

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  5. Easy case to solve!
    Unless the stolen parts are for export, insurance companies should be forced to disclose data on how many of such similar vehicles were involved in accidents recently.....they need those exact parts....then police start zeroing in!

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  6. YES EH THEM HAVE TO PAY SOME DAY ,THEY DID ME THE SAME ON THE MORNE WITH MY CAR THIS ---- MUST GET GOT ONE DAY THEY TIME WILL COME AND NUFF CRYING FOR Y THEM SHOULD DO THEM THAT ,

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  7. Put the voodo in they ass let the leave people vehicle alone ♫

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  8. The police need to start searching the overnight roadside mechanical shops

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  9. WDMC these fellas are damn good i give yall thieves a badge and a trophy for top voler. woi woi woi a brand new vehicle i sure that have security features and look at the state of it mama. it not easy to say for you spend all that money on a vehicle and to see it like this . wah

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