Monday 21 January, 2019

Two men wanted by police

The Royal Barbados Police Force issued wanted bulletins for Jermaine Ryan Gill (left) and Shaquille O’Neal Orlando Cumberbatch (right).

The Royal Barbados Police Force issued wanted bulletins for Jermaine Ryan Gill (left) and Shaquille O’Neal Orlando Cumberbatch (right).

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating two men, who are wanted in connection with separate serious criminal matters.

One is Shaquille O’Neal Orlando Cumberbatch, alias ‘Shaq’, age 22 years, of 3rd Avenue Paris Gap, Westbury Road, St. Michael and Golden Rock, Pine, St. Michael. Cumberbatch is about 6 ft tall, slim built, black complexion. Has a long head, pointed nose, brown eyes, thick lips, and a low haircut.  He has tattoos of the words “SHAQ” and “ATEAM”, on his right arm, a tattoo of teardrops, under his right eye, and a tattoo on the right side of his neck.

Cumberbatch is being advised that he can present himself to the Black Rock Police Station, accompanied by an attorney-at-law of his choice.   

Any person, who may know the whereabouts of Shaquille O’Neal Orlando Cumberbatch, is asked to contact the Black Rock Police Station at 4177500, or 4177501.  Police Emergency at telephone number ‘211’, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477), or the nearest police station.

The other man is  Jermaine Ryan Gill, alias 'Tall man', 28 years, last known address Haynes Hill, Mapp Hill, St. Michael. He is about 6 ft tall, medium built, brown complexion. Has a broad face, thick lips, big nose, dreadlock hairstyle, and a scar under his right eye.

Gill is being advised that he can present himself to the Police at District ‘A’ Police Station, accompanied by an attorney-at-law of his choice.

Any person, who may know the whereabouts of Jermaine Ryan Gill, is being asked to contact the District ‘A’ Police Station at telephone 4307242, or 4307295. Police Emergency at telephone number ‘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 persons; any person caught committing this offence can be prosecuted.

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