Guam – A man charged with stealing a sushi delivery vehicle reportedly told police he sold the sushi inside and made $400 dollars.
Acting Guam Police Spokesman Sgt. Mike Aguon reports that the grey Highlander delivery vehicle was stolen last week Tuesday, July 10 from the parking lot of the Joy Market off Farenhilt Ave in Tamuning.
The victim told police he was delivering “sushi” to Joy Market and nearby Minagof Market when a man jumped in and drove off in his Highlander which he had left “running.” Police caught up with the stolen Highlander and tried to pull it over, but the driver refused to stop and eventually got away.
The Highlander was found yesterday, Monday July 16, near Pacific Towers in Tamuming.
Sgt. Aguon says that Officers were able to identify a suspect, 19 year old Robby Narruhn who lives in Pacific Towers. Following an “aggressive” search of the area Narruhn “was located drinking with several individuals at [the] Ypao 76.”
When he was interviewed by Police, Sgt. Aguon says that Narruhn told them he was able to sell the sushi left inside the vehicle door-to-door for about $400.
Narruhn has been charged with:
* Theft of a motor vehicle
* Eluding a police officer
* Consumption of alcohol
* Reckless driving
He has been booked and confined.
REMINDER Guam law requires that you turn off and secure your vehicle before leaving it!
Sgt Aguon reminds residents that if you get out from your vehicle, never leave it running. Always secure it no matter how short of a time you will be away from it. The law requires that you secure your vehicle.
Title 16 of the Guam Code Annotated §3407. Unattended Motor Vehicles.
No person driving or in charge of a motor vehicle shall permit it to stand unattended without first stopping the engine, locking the ignition, removing the ignition key and effectively setting the brake and, when standing upon any grade, turning the front wheels to the curb or side of the highway.