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Four men wanted

Abraham Sandiford

Abraham Hutchinson Sandiford

Police are seeking your assistance to locate four men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters.

They are 31-year-old Abraham Hutchinson Sandiford, alias Tupac or Hammie La, of Mayers Land, Richmond Gap, St Michael. He is five feet, nine inches tall, has a slim build and dark complexion. He has black hair, brown droopy eyes and thick lips.

Omar Cox

Omar Andre Cox

Omar Andre Cox, alias Um, 22, of Fordes Land, Silver Hill, Christ Church. He is about five inches, two inches tall, has a slim build and dark complexion.   He has black hair, brown eyes, thick lips and a pointed nose. He has a tattoo of the name Omar on his right bicep.

Kadeem Lewis

Kadeem Stephan Shamere Lewis

Kadeem Stephan Shamere Lewis, alias Joker, 22, of Block 4E Silver Hill, Christ Church.   He is about five feet, nine inches tall, has a slim build and dark complexion.   He has black hair, dark brown, blood shot eyes, thick lips and a broad nose.

Toriano Hunte

Toriano Tracy Hunte

Toriano Tracy Hunte, alias Hunter, 43, of Queen Victoria Road, Bank Hall, St Michael.

He is about five feet, nine inches tall, has a slim build and light dark complexion.   He has black hair, brown eyes, thick lips and a pointed nose. He has a tattoo of the letters ‘T H’ on his right arm.

Sandiford, Cox, Lewis and Hunte are advised to present themselves to the police accompanied by an attorney-at-law. They have been described as armed and dangerous and, police say they should not be approached by the public.

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


6 Responses to Four men wanted

  1. Karon Desrivieres
    Karon Desrivieres February 23, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    Oh boi!!!!

  2. Veroniva Boyce
    Veroniva Boyce February 23, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    Give them 24 hours they will hand themselves into the nearest police station.

  3. Donna Burnett
    Donna Burnett February 23, 2015 at 7:32 pm

    So young smdh

  4. Jay Phoenix
    Jay Phoenix February 23, 2015 at 8:25 pm

    Lost youth

  5. jr smith February 24, 2015 at 8:47 am

    I hope when they are caught , if bail is going to be extended to them, that the same is set so high ,that no one what to help them,
    Let the process of rotting in jail starts. What we need is some place like GITMO all these want to be ghetto criminals be sent they to rot. Send them there and forget them.

  6. Alex3 February 25, 2015 at 5:40 pm

    As a long time visitor going back to 1980 I must say I am becoming concerned about matters of personal safety in my home away from home.
    I have read the Advocate on line for years and now this source and it seems to me that the RBPF , the Justice Minister and other members of the government should be becoming alarmed at what I see as an escalation of violence and crime involving firearms and more to the point, deaths from shooting. There is no doubt that we can roll into this the increase in drug trading.
    When a drug dealer can hang over the back gate of a vacation residence and sell pot et al to visitors in broad daylight with impunity something is wrong.
    We have also had a number of assaults on tourists including shootings and rape in just that past few years.
    We know that the government wants to suppress these events and avoid travel advisories from other governments but that is almost impossible to do today.
    If the current trend continues advisories will be issued and that is not good for the core of the Barbadian economy.
    We do not have to look too far afield for an example of what can happen when drugs and guns infiltrate a society dependent on tourism.
    Jamaica for years was a destination to avoid due to the random violence and shootings. That is not to say it is a prefect place now but is somewhat better but still carries travel advisories for parts of the country including Kingston and Montego Bay as well as numerous other centres.
    Barbados has specific advisories from the US State Department which are starting to look a lot like those for Jamaica.
    Time to move and allocate resources before our island becomes Jamaica south.


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