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WANTED: David DaCosta King


Added 17 April 2018


David DaCosta King (GP)

David DaCosta King, 47, of Lead Vale, Christ Church is wanted by police in connection with a serious criminal matter.

He is of dark brown complexion, slim build, and about five feet eight inches (5’ 8”) tall. He has an oval shaped head, thick lips and average sized nose. He also has a low haircut, brown eyes and average sized ears.

Anyone with knowledge of the whereabouts of David DaCosta King should contact Detectives in the Bridgetown Division at telephone numbers 430-7189, Police Emergency at 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station. 

The public is reminded that it is a serious offence to harbour or assist wanted persons; any person caught committing this offence can be prosecuted. (PR)


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