Daniel Huh, the president of Kagman Community Center president whose house was recently burglarized when he and his wife accompanied their child to an educational tour at the White House, said yesterday that his stolen red 1997 Montero SUV was already at the Department of Public Safety.
Huh said a friend told him two days ago that police recovered his Montero SUV last week.
Huh said yesterday afternoon he saw the vehicle in the parking lot of DPS. He said he will proceed to DPS today, Monday, to get back his vehicle and inquire more information about the investigation.
The KCC president said he has no information how and where the police recovered his vehicle.
Huh said while he and his family were in Washington, D.C., a friend called on Aug. 20 or 21 that their house in Kagman was burglarized.
Huh's friend replaced the lock at the main door which was the burglar or burglars' point of entry. The following day, the lock was destroyed and the house was burglarized again.
Huh's friend changed the lock for the second time. But burglar or burglars destroyed it once more the following day and ransacked the house anew.
Huh and his family came back to Saipan on Aug. 31 and learned that of the stolen items, including their Montero.
Asked why the police did not call him about the recovery of his Montero, Huh said he believes that the police informed his friend about it.
Huh said he found some of the stolen items at a store, but some were already sold.
The stolen items still missing include a 51-inch Samsung flat TV, a 42-inch LG flat TV, a 40-inch Anam TV, portable 4-speaker amplifier, Samsung color laser printer, a Compact beam projector, three electric fans, mini amplifier, an eight-inch camcorder, a red circular saw, two electric guitars, two in one toaster and oven, and a Panasonic hair cutting machine.