Over $40,000 Worth of Items Stolen from British Army Training Support Unit in Belize

Over $40,000 Worth of Items Stolen from British Army Training Support Unit in Belize

Over forty thousand dollars’ worth of items were stolen from the British Army Training Support Unit (BATSUB). Love News understands that a formal complaint was made this morning to the Ladyville Police by British soldier, 40-year-old, Prakash Gauchan. According to Gauchan, the burglary occurred at the Number Fifty-Six Exercise Quarter Master Building, sometime between 5pm on Monday and 8am Tuesday. The burglars managed to steal forty-one bottles of Hennessy, navigational equipment, 120 kitchen knives valued at twenty-one thousand dollars; several folding cots, and an assortment of tools. Love News understands that entry was gained from the back entrance, on the south side of the building. Police have detained a resident of Lord’s Bank for questioning.

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