Police in Belize have their hands full with several cases of stolen items to investigate . A man’s house was burglarized over the weekend in Lucky Strike Village. 57-year-old Oscar Pollard farmer of Lucky Strike Village reported that between the hours of 3:17a.m. on Saturday the 7th of November and 2:10 p.m. on Sunday the 8th of November, someone entered into his house and stole a gray ACER brand laptop computer, one BLU brand cellular phone, $68.00 in cash, one Harrington and Richards single action shotgun with one cartridge in the chamber along with (9) 16 gauge cartridges. The cost of all the items were valued at $2,319.00. Then a police constable’s motor bike was stolen from near a checkpoint. 25-year-old Police Constable Nathaniel Ayala, reported that on Wednesday, the 4th of November at 11:25 a.m., he parked his motorcycle valued at $2,500.00 near the BAHA checkpoint at mile 18 in Sandhill Village. The following day at 6:45 a.m., Ayala went back to retrieve his cycle only to find out that it had been stolen. A $8000.00 boat was also recently stolen. 53-year-old George Marin, a fisherman of Belize City, reported that between 4:00 p.m. on Sunday the 8th of November and 6:00 a.m. on Monday the 9th November, his grey 40 horsepower Yamaha brand outboard boat engine was stolen from the Belama Phase II Ext. Police investigations continue.