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Aggravated Burglary at couple’s villa – Turtle Cove

Wednesday, 19th March 2014 01:58:24PM

Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) are conducting investigations after a man and woman were held at gunpoint at a villa earlier this morning.

About 4:36AM, a 50 year old male awoke to discover that two masked males brandishing firearms had gained entry to the villa that he was renting. One of the masked men stabbed the 50 year old male in his head with a screw driver and demanded cash.

The suspects took the victims ATM bank card and demanded the pin number, which was given. One of the suspects stayed with the victims and the other went to the ABM machine for cash but he was unsuccessful in obtaining cash and returned to the villa.

Both suspects then fled the scene on foot with a Cannon 3i Rebel Camera, Apple Macbook Pro, Cannon 7000 camera, a 40 inch Sharp Television, a Rolex watch, a RBC bank card, a sum of cash in United States and Canadian currencies, a blue and white purse, one black bag, one small pocket Canon, two silver rings and a silver bracelet.

 

Police were called to Coconut Road where they established a crime scene which was examined by forensic officers. A search of the area was also conducted, however, the two armed men were not located.

The villa at the time of the incident was occupied by the 50 year old male and a 49 year old female. The 50 year old male received a wound to his head as a result of being stabbed with a screw driver. He was taken to Cheshire Hall Medical Centre in a stable condition and later released. No one else was harmed during this incident.

Detectives from the RTCIPF are conducting inquiries into the incident are appealing for the public’s help to identify the offenders involved.

One of the offenders has been described as being skinny in stature and about six feet tall and the other offender has been described as short with a stocky build and about five feet, ten inches tall.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1-800-8477 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: www.crimestoppers.tc. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. All calls are answered by Miami Dade Police and no one from the RTCIPF will know who called. Only the information received will be provided to the RTCIPF. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Aggravated Burglary and car stolen – Long Bay

Wednesday, 19th March 2014 12:04:54PM

Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) are conducting investigations after a man and his family were held at gunpoint at a villa earlier this morning.

About 2:59AM, a 41 year old male was woken by a strange noise and got out of his bed and was immediately confronted by two masked male intruders brandishing firearms dressed in black. One of the masked men struck the 41 year old male on his head with a gun and demanded cash. Both suspects then fled the scene with one white Notebook computer, One white Iphone 4s and drove off in a silver Nissan Sunny Car which was rented by the 41 year old male.

 

Police were called to a villa in Long Bay where they established a crime scene which was examined by forensic officers. A search of the area was also conducted, however, the two armed men were not located.

The villa at the time of the incident was occupied by the 41 year old male and a female. The 41 year old male received a wound to his head as a result of being struck with a firearm. He was taken to Cheshire Hall Medical Centre in a stable condition and later released. No one else was harmed during this incident.

Detectives from the RTCIPF are conducting inquiries into the incident are appealing for the public’s help to identify the offenders involved.

One of the offenders has been described as being skinny in stature and about six feet tall and the other male has been described as short with a stocky build and about five feet ten inches tall.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1-800-8477 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: www.crimestoppers.tc. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. All calls are answered by Miami Dade Police and no one from the RTCIPF will know who called. Only the information received will be provided to the RTCIPF. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Aggravated Burglary at couple’s villa – Long Bay Hills

Wednesday, 12th March 2014 01:58:24PM

Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) are conducting investigations after a man and woman were held at gunpoint at a villa earlier this morning.

About 2:32AM, two masked males brandishing firearms used a rock to brake a glass sliding door and gained entry to a villa. The masked men struck a male on the head and demanded cash. Both suspects then fled the scene with a sum of cash in a vehicle. No description of the vehicle given to police nor the direction in which the suspects fled.

Police were called to Long Bay Hills where they established a crime scene which was examined by forensic officers. A search of the area was also conducted, however, the two armed men were not located.

The male who was struck on his head received a laceration but refused to seek medical attention.

Detectives from the RTCIPF are conducting investigations into the matter and are urging anyone with information to assist in locating the stolen items and the arrest of those involved in this crime.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1-800-8477 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: www.crimestoppers.tc. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. All calls are answered by Miami Dade Police and no one from the RTCIPF will know who called. Only the information received will be provided to the RTCIPF. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

Three men charged for Attempted Murder – Airport Road

Tuesday, 18th March 2014 10:48:37AM

The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force has charged three men for Attempted Murder. 26 year old Obenson Williams and 22 year old Brachard Walkin both of Five Cays are each charged on one count of Attempted Murder. 32 year old Chabo Capron also of Five Cays is charged for two counts of Attempted Murder.

Police will alledge that Williams, Walkin and Chabo Capron attempted to murder a 26 year old male of Kew Town. Police will also alledge that Chabo Capron attempted to murder a 23 year old male of Kew Town.

The charges laid on the three men stemmed from an incident at a business place on Airport Road in Providenciales. Police were first alerted to the incident after a report was made that three males were admitted into Cheshire Hall Medical Centre suffering from gunshot wounds on Monday 24th February 2014.

All three persons charged appeared in the Magistrate’s Court number one last week (Wednesday 12th March 2014). The three accused were not required to enter a plea. Obenson Williams, Chabo Capron and Brachard Walkin were each remanded into custody until Friday May 02, 2014 when they will be brought before a Judge in the Supreme Court for a sufficiency hearing.

Please visit our web site at www.tcipolice.tc or www.facebook.com/RTCIPF for more information or contact the Police Public Relations Office at 941-4488

Aggravated Burglary at family’s villa – Humming Bird Lane

Wednesday, 12th March 2014 02:28:24PM

Detectives of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) are conducting investigations after a man and his family were held at gunpoint at a villa earlier this morning.

About 3:07AM, a male was alerted to the sound of a patio door to his villa being smashed. Upoun investigating the source of the noise, he was confronted by two masked males dressed in black wearing face mask bandanas and hoodies. Both masked males brandishing firearms threathed the man and demanded cash. Both suspects then fled the scene with a sum of cash on foot in an unknown direction.

Police were called to Humming Bird Lane where they established a crime scene which was examined by forensic officers. A search of the area was also conducted, however, the two armed men were not located.

The villa at the time of the incident was occupied by four adults and four children. No one was harmed during this incident.

Detectives from the RTCIPF are conducting investigations into the matter and are urging anyone with information to assist in locating the stolen items and the arrest of those involved in this crime.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1-800-8477 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: www.crimestoppers.tc. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. All calls are answered by Miami Dade Police and no one from the RTCIPF will know who called. Only the information received will be provided to the RTCIPF. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.