A Corinth woman is seeking the public’s assistance in finding her vehicle which was stolen last night (May 26) from her premises.
Virginia Auguiste told Saint Lucia News Online (SNO) that she last saw her silver 2008 Daihatsu Terios, registration number HG2129, at about 8:45 last night sometime before going to bed.
She said she had picked up the vehicle yesterday afternoon and parked it in her yard.
Auguiste was adamant that she locked the vehicle and has both keys for it in her possession. She said there were signs of broken glass or evidence of forced entry in the area where the vehicle was parked.
She explained that the stolen Terios was one of the vehicles she rents as part of her rental business.
She said she contacted the police at about 5 a.m. but as of late morning she had not gotten any feedback from them.
Auguiste said she is sure no friend or relative had used the vehicle and added that she has both keys for the stolen vehicle.
“I am wondering how they entered the vehicle, I have both keys,” she said.
“I hope I get my vehicle… every month I paying on a vehicle, paying insurance, putting tyres … and somebody can just come and just take the vehicle…”she stated, almost in tears.