Response from Toni:
Jason did not provide his accurate flight details. He said he was arriving at 2:45pm, never reached the apartment until 8:17pm. He should have communicated if his flight was delayed, but he did not. I tried contacting him many times without success, I left the apartment at 7:30pm to return to my residence and made arrangements to have keys delivered to him, should he arrive.
This apartment was tenanted, since June 2006 without incident. Jason spent 3 nights and reported a break-in, the second night, but yet stayed his full duration. Jason only contacted me via Airbnb hours after he contacted the police, when thought that they were not going to arrive. Jason had my cell number, and the use of a local sim and never telephoned me. I called him many times and he never answered the phone. The police confirmed that there was no break-in, since there was no forced entry and no damage to the property. Jason then confessed to the police that the door was left unlock at 10:30pm. The locks on the door are standard locks, and simple to operate. Each time Jason made an account of the incident to the police and myself, his story changed. Its a mystery to me, that someone would open a small hand bag and take out it contents, instead of taking the bag, whilst his daughter slept in the same room. Leave a light-weight expensive laptop and cell phone, search his back-pack and remove a wallet, whilst he slept in the same room.
Booked Airbnb instead of a hotel on the west coast.
Jason claimed nothing was taken from his wife because she slept with her door locked.
It is baffling to understand why a thief would walk around in a well-lit apartment, even tried a door that was left unlock for the first time, which had motion censored lights situated above it. He had a detailed account of times, for example he stated that his daughter went outside the apartment at 10:30pm to get something out of the car, he even knew which bedroom the thief entered first, but yet he was asleep.
Jason booked the apartment for 2 persons, but had 3 persons staying. Jason's main concerned was that he get a police report stating that he was robbed so that he could delay payment to the University of the West Indies for his daughter's university fees.
Jason needed to fabricate a believable story. Time does not permit me to point out all the loopholes in Jason's story.