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Sandals Resort in Buccament Bay, St. Vincent on its opening day, March 27, 2024.
Sandals Resort in Buccament Bay, St. Vincent on its opening day, March 27, 2024.
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Police have launched an investigation into a report that “150 5-gallon buckets of paint” were stolen from Sandal Resort in Buccament Bay.

iWitness News was reliably informed that police have dispatched detectives from multiple policing districts to assist with the case.

One source familiar with the alleged disappearance of the paint mused that it must have taken an organised system to steal that much paint.

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It was not immediately clear where the point had been stored.

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The alleged crime comes to the fore just 11 days after the resort, which is still under construction, opened its doors to its first guests on March 27.

Also, it comes one day after the New York Post reported that the two men seen in an iWitness News video in a late-night brawl at Lowmans Hill on March 2 were lovers employed at Sandals.

New York Post identified the men as Sandals art curator Rafael de Vasconcelos who was seen attacking his partner, the hotel chain’s chief development officer Eugene Staal.

The publication said that both men had since resigned from the company.

Among the areas of the resort that are noticeably incomplete, are the over-water villas, which are expected to be an iconic part of the 301-room luxury resort located in the South Leeward section of Buccament Bay.

2 replies on “‘150 5-gallon buckets of paint’ stolen from Sandals Resort”

  1. C. ben-David says:

    These unfortunate incidents are just the beginning at a resort in a country long called Little Haiti and sometimes now referred to as Devil’s Island because of its high rates of murder, other crimes, and sexual debauchery.

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