PALAU TOURISTS REPORT BURGLARY IN HOTEL ROOM

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Valuables taken while couple were away

By Peter Erick Magbanua KOROR, Palau (Island Times, April 2, 2011) – Two hotel guests complained that someone broke into their room last week and stole their valuable items.

Michael Guilbeau and Joey Terlaje, who are from Guam, stated that around 10 p.m. on March 29, as they were going to their room at the Cliffside Hotel, they noticed that some of their belongings were missing that prompted them to ask for police assistance.

Officers responded and determined that the suspect entered their room and took one external drive worth US$70, an Iphone charger worth US$20, three t-shirts worth US$33 each, one long pants and one short pants worth US$30.

The victims added that the items may have been stolen as they were attending a training in downtown Koror. The case is still pending further investigation.

In other news, on the same day at around 9:20 p.m. a male individual walked in to the station and reported that someone broke into his car while it was parked in front of the Mindszenty High School gym.

The victim stated that the suspect broke the right front mini glass window of his vehicle to gain entry and stole his money worth US$135, peso bills worth 2,000 pesos, an Iphone worth US$150 and other important documents including his credit card. The case is still under investigation.

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