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    March 19

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Police seeking help with person of interest


Added 10 November 2016


Do you know this man? (GP)

THE ROYAL BARBADOS Police has been conducting investigations into a number of criminal matters and is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest. 

The man is about 5’1” tall, stocky to medium build, roundish face and of mixed race between Indian and black.

He was wearing a tightly fitted rust coloured tee-shirt with a round neck and zig zag pattern, a pair of long blue jeans and a cap with a peak. See full picture below.

Anyone who can provide information to assist in identifying this man is asked to contact police emergency at 211, Crime Stopper 1800 (TIPS) 8477, Oistins Police Station at 4182612/4182608 or the nearest police station. (PR/SAT)



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