The vehicle belongs to Pastor Richard Randolph. Randolph told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) today that he made the discovery at about 7:00.a.m this morning.
He said the vehicle was parked inside his yard, in an open garage.
“It is not really strange because I have known sometime they would find stolen vehicles about five minutes away from me,” he explained.
He believes that he might have been a target for the bandits and that they were paying attention to the use of the vehicle.
Randolph told SNO that he found it strange however that despite he had an alarm system his vehicle was stolen.
He said whenever the alarm system is activated; it would usually shut down the ignition system of the vehicle.
“So for them to be able to have bypassed that and everything is something strange,” he added.
He referred to the robbery as a high profile one, since the bandits were able to manipulate the security system on his car.
If anyone has any information concerning the whereabouts of the vehicle, they can make contact with the Marigot Police Station at 456-4895 or 285-2361.