Posted: Monday, September 21, 2020. 10:29 am CST.
By BBN Staff: One man has been detained for a burglary at B Barcia Grocery Shop on Magazine Road in Belize City between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
According to police reports, someone broke into the bungalow building housing the grocery shop between 8:45 p.m. Saturday and 4:30 a.m. Sunday. The burglar went on a spree while in the grocery shop, taking an assortment of items and cash.
Police say the burglar took a watch worth $300; 30 rolls of 5 cent coins totaling $60; and a Social Security card belonging to the proprietor’s wife. Turning his attention to actual grocery products, the burglar took a case of Red Bull; a carton of Pall Mall cigarettes; a single Degree deodorant; two Turbo energy drinks; 6 Guiness stouts; 3 Rude Boy energy drinks; 2 Lala yogurts; a box of Lala milk; a Powerade sport drink; a Crystal bottle of water; 2 boxes of Happy Cow cheese; a jam roll; a pack or Bourbon cream biscuits; a pack of Custard cream biscuits; a tin of condense milk; a can of Pepsi and finally, a pack of Phillies.
Satisfied he had gotten every item on his list, the thief then made off with his cart of goods.
Police visited the location and determined the burglar gained entry by climbing the back of the building and walking down the stairs to pry open the door.
Police investigation later led to a suspect who was found with an assortment of the stolen goods. According to police, he is currently admitted to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in a stable condition with a broken knee. No details were provided on how police learned the identity of the suspect or if the circumstances of his injury are related to the burglary.
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