Stolen Car: Quatre-Bornes and Highlands
19 July 2013 - Défi Media Group
Parked in Front of His Door: His Vehicle is Swept Away by Thieves ; Highlands: booty of Rs 400,000 and a car stolen
Parked in Front of His Door: His Vehicle is Swept Away by Thieves
The spate of vehicle thefts continues. Marday Runghen, living Berthaud Street, Quatre-Bornes, was a victim on July 10 .. He advises readers the greatest caution.
Without garage for eight years, Marday Runghen, a greengrocer, parked his car, a Nissan 4x2, the front door thinking no one would touch his utility car. However, he did not fear has indeed occurred on July 10. Leaving the house at 6:30 am to get to work, grocer flabbergasted noting that his vehicle was gone: it was not where he had parked the night before, or before his door.
"My first thought is probably a friend or loved one wanted to make me a joke. I did not want to accept the idea that my car was stolen. In addition, there were all my papers inside: my car license, the 'Horse Power', and penalty points were in the glove box. There was also cash (ie Rs1 500) and I also lost my audio equipment, "says Marday Runghen. After several minutes of searching, he must get to the facts and admit the cruel truth thugs took away his white 4x2 with aluminum housing and 'canopy' red.
"I'm sure I checked that car doors were properly closed before returning home." The merchant does not understand how this flight could happen without him hear any noise.
"It is clear that this is the work of professionals. I recorded a statement at the police station Quatre-Bornes. I now expect that the authorities hand over these criminals before they attempt to remove all traces of my car, "says the Quatrebornais.
Since the death of its utility, the grocer no longer has the means to carry his vegetables at the bazaar. Hence his appeal to the public. "This flight paralyzes me in my professional activities. If a member of the public sees my car, remember the license plate: 811 ZD 91. So contact the office of the nearest police or contact me directly on 763 51 02. The public's help is very useful. "
Highlands: Booty of Rs 400,000 and a Car Stolen
A resident of Highlands, aged 71, and his wife were in their living room to 21 hours when four masked individuals armed made it burst. They would have access to the interior of the house through the balcony door. Armed with clubs and a revolver, bandits attacked the owner. The wife, aged sixty years and who has a disability, tried to defend her husband, but she has not been spared by the thieves. She was beaten before being immobilized.
The robbers then made off with money, jewelry and perfume bottles brand. The booty is estimated between Rs 300,000 and Rs 400,000. They then fled in the car of their victims, a blue Toyota registered 372 JN 09.