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Wanted by Police


Added 16 May 2015


WANTED: (From left) Kerrie Thompson, Akmal Haynes and Alana Nervais. (GP)

THE ROYAL Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating three persons wanted for questioning in connection with an on-going investigation.

They are:

Akmal Terrill Haynes, 30, of Spruce Street, St Michael. He is 5’8” in height, slim build, brown eyes. He has a brown complexion and a tattoo of the word and number “NOBY 2” on his left forearm.  

Kerrie Shaquille Thompson, alias “Coward”, 19, of Block I4 Field Place, Bayville, St Michael. He is 5’8” in height, slim build, brown eyes and of black complexion.  

Alana Crystal Nervais, 23, of Ashby Alley, Nelson Street, St Michael. She is 5’5” in height, slim build, dark complexion and black hair.

All three are advised they can present themselves to the Police accompanied by an attorney-at-law of their choice. The public is advised that these persons are considered to be armed and dangerous.

Any person, who may know the whereabouts of these people is asked to contact the Police Emergency at telephone number ‘211’, the nearest police station or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477).  (PR/SAT)


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