British National Charged with Theft of Funeral Home Van Denied Bail

British National Charged with Theft of Funeral Home Van Denied Bail

A British national was taken to court today after being charged with theft.  58-year-old, Msrko Harri Love appeared before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford who denied him bail.  The case against Love has to do with the stolen van belonging to businessman, David Coye.  The van, with the markings, Coye’s Funeral Home, was stole on Tuesday, June 6 which was parked at mile five and a quarter on the George Price Highway.  The van was later found in Seine Bight Village, Stann Creek District.  It was in possession of an artist who told the Police that Love brought the van there with an order to remove the markings on the van.  Whilst in court, officials were unable to determine if Love is living legally in Placencia, Belize.  He is to return to court on June 27, 2023.

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