Sint Maarten. Suspect arrested after stealing car

Korps Politie Sint Maarten
Par Korps Politie Sint Maarten 9 Déc 2013 17:05

Sint Maarten. Suspect arrested after stealing car

211013-KPSMOn Friday December 6th at approximately 12.35 a.m. a Philipsburg Police patrol, while patrolling on the A.Th. Illidge road saw a grey colored Kia Picanto with license plate M-4492 and darkly tinted windows driving towards Dutch Quarter.

The patrol decided to control this vehicle, but when the driver of the vehicle noticed that he was followed by the police he increased his speed and headed towards the border in French Quarter via the Middle Region road and Bishop Hill.

The patrol stopped their pursuit after this vehicle crossed the border. The Central Police Dispatch and other patrol were informed of the incident.

Shortly after a second police patrol informed the Central Dispatch that the vehicle in question attempted to cross back to the Dutch side at the Belvedere Border Point, but when sighting the police vehicle turned back to the French side.

Shortly after and while on patrol in the vicinity of Oyster Bay a police patrol saw a man walking and crossing the border from the French side to the Dutch side.

The man in question with initials M.P. (22) is a person known by police for stealing cars. This man was approached by police and could not give an acceptable explanation of what he was doing in the area.

The investigating officers walked across the border and located the grey vehicle with license plate M-4492 that escaped from the police earlier. It turned out that this car was stolen. The suspect was arrested on the spot.

The French authorities arrived on the scene shortly after and were informed by police of the situation. The car was confiscated by the French authorities.

The suspect was taken to the Police Station and handed to the Detective Department for further investigation.

Korps Politie Sint Maarten
Par Korps Politie Sint Maarten 9 Déc 2013 17:05

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