Farmer loses almost $10,000 in theft

Posted: Tuesday, January 5th, 2016. 1:43 p.m. CST

burglary bannerBy Chrisbert Garcia: An incident of theft from the farm of 58-year-old Charles Davison in Ontario Village, Cayo District, has left the American National almost $10,000 in the hole after several expensive items were stolen while he was away, visiting the United States.

Davison, who exports and imports livestock for a living, reported that on December 28th of last year, he returned from the states and noticed that a horse cart valued at US $500, a Mahogany table valued at $400, a Red Andrews metal tower valued at US $850, two black meter radio valued at $300, two meter antennas valued at $600 and buggies valued at $5,500 had been stolen.

The items stolen totaled to a value of $9,500 in Belizean currency and police are investigating.

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