Police looking for man wanted for questioning

CAROL MARTINDALE, carolmartindale@nationnews.com

Added 13 July 2013


Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man wanted for questioning in connection with a number of serious criminal matters. He is Cleve Anderson Hoyte , 44, of Malverton, St George and formerly of Chimborazo, St Joseph.  In a Press release from police today, it was noted that he is also known as    Anderson Clive Adrian Hoyte and Clyde Hoyte.  Police also describe the man as 5’ 9” in height, stocky build, and of black complexion.  He has brown eyes, a broad nose, and is known to sometimes have a moustache and goatee. Cleve Hoyte is advised that he can present himself to the Police accompanied by an attorney-at-law of his choice.  Individuals with information on the whereabouts of Hoyte are asked to contact the police. (CM/PR)


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