Local fisherman’s boat stolen in San Pedro Town

Thursday, April 26th, 2012


A fisherman from San Pedro Town has reported to San Pedro Police that his Mexican type lanchon was stolen. Abel Guerrero Sr., of a Barrier Reef Drive address, reported to police that sometime between 5:30PM on Tuesday April 24th and 8AM on Wednesday April 25th, his 23-foot open deck fiberglass skiff along with 40HP Yamaha two stroke engine, was stolen from the dock located in front of Mayan Princess Hotel.

The vessel, namely Conchi with registration number BZ 0447, is described having a green interior with a white exterior and a blue base. According to Guerrero, the vessel was tied to the dock by his son sometime around 5:30PM on Tuesday of the given date. When he (Guerrero) came from church the following day sometime at 8AM, he went to check on his vessels and realized that one was missing. It appears that the rope was cut off and the vessel stolen. Anyone with information regarding the stolen vessel is asked to call the nearest police station.


 

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