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WANTED: Jamar Elvis Romel Griffith


Added 09 July 2020


WANTED: Jamar Elvis Romel Griffith. (GP)

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the public’s assistance in locating wanted man Jamar Elvis Romel Griffith alias "Mattic".

Griffith, 29, whose last known addresses are Halls Village #2, No. 19 Greenham Road, Haynesville, and Husbands Gardens, all in St James, is wanted for questioning in connection with a serious criminal matter.

Police said in a media release today that Griffith is approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and slimly built, with a brown complexion. He has a low haircut, bulbous nose and thick lips.

Griffith is advised that he can present himself to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at the Holetown Police Station, Holetown, St James accompanied by an attorney.

Anyone who may know Griffith’s whereabouts is asked to contact the CID at Holetown Police Station at 419-1700 or 1701, 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 people. Anyone caught committing this offence may be prosecuted. (PR)

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