Ombudsman’s vehicle stolen and crashed

The office of Ombudsman, Lionel Arzu, is without a vehicle, after someone took the Nissan Xterra Trail SUV for a joy ride on Friday morning, and then crashed it on Glynn Street, behind Salvation Army Primary School and the Raymond Parks Night Shelter in Belize City.

Senior Superintendent of Police Edward Broaster tells us more.

.

vlcsnap-2015-01-31-07h02m20s241vlcsnap-2015-01-31-05h39m23s120Senior Superintendent Edward Broaster –  Deputy Officer in Command of Eastern Division

“The vehicle of the Ombudsman was stolen this morning. The suspect who stole the vehicle, crashed the vehicle on Glenn Street. As we speak, police is on the scene and the vehicle is being recovered and taken to the police station.”

.

Police continue their investigations.
.

About the Author