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VG woman accused of selling vehicle & stealing it back
A woman on Virgin Gorda has been accused of selling a vehicle and then stealing it back.
According to reports reaching our newsroom, 46-year-old Misheal Bess of Copper Mine Road was arrested on suspicion of theft and then charged.
The accused reportedly sold a vehicle to another woman who paid in full; however, the new owner parked the vehicle and later returned to the location only to discover it missing.
A report was made and police visited the accused home where the car was found with other personal effects belonging to the other woman who had bought the vehicle.
Bess was granted bail in the sum of $10,000.00 with one signed surety.
She is to appear before the Magistrates Court on July 15, 2021.
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