Police on the hunt for person of interest

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man who is wanted in connection with serious criminal matters.
He is about six feet tall, stout, and has a light complexion.

 


Anyone who can provide information to identify the man is being asked to contact the Black Rock Police Station at 417-7500 or 417-7506, police emergency 211, Crime Stoppers 1-800-8477 or the nearest police station.
All information received will be strictly confidential.

20 Responses to Police on the hunt for person of interest

  1. Margaret Roberts February 13, 2018 at 12:14 pm

    That description narrows it down then.

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  2. Ossie Moore February 13, 2018 at 12:37 pm

    This person obviously is not a black bajan man ! ! ! How do I know this ? ? ?

    Because the descriptive adjectives here show a little bit of respect such as :

    six feet tall
    stout
    and has a light complexion.

    Now if this was a ” dark skinned man ” the RBPF PAO Roland Cobbler and the Barbados media ( Barbados today and Nation news ) would have been using their regular ” jungle animal ” descriptions of black Barbadians such as :

    Round head
    large forehead
    big eyes
    big nose
    big mouth
    thick lips
    large teeth
    dark skin
    bow legs ( or either walks with an erect stance )

    Black Barbadians , where is the outrage , are you going to sit back and allow Roland Cobbler and the Royal Barbados Police force and the bajan media to describe you all as jungle animals ?

    This is solid proof that black bajans do not like and respect each other.

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    • Spectre February 13, 2018 at 12:52 pm

      Or maybe your protests finally hit home and the authorities decided to amend their policy on describing people…

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      • Jennifer February 13, 2018 at 7:25 pm

        good if they did too.

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    • Leacock February 13, 2018 at 1:57 pm

      Called self hatred. Physically 2018 and mentally 1810 are most afro bajans.

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    • O. Walrond February 13, 2018 at 9:21 pm

      Are you conscious that the purpose of the description is to enable people to identify the person? If the person has a round head, thick lips and a large forehead, what alternative description would you give? If the person is dark what would you say – that he or she has an ample supply of melanin?
      Oh please.

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  3. Ossie Moore February 13, 2018 at 12:48 pm

    What is more disrespectful is that the same folks giving out these ” wild jungle animal ” descriptions resemble the very same deecriptions.

    it’s a case of the black bajan kettle calling the black bajan pot “black” . . . idots insulting themselves.

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  4. Donild Trimp February 13, 2018 at 1:01 pm

    Come on Barbados.

    I see a white person in that picture wearing an over-sized sneaker on his left foot (assuming the person is male).

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    • harry turnover February 13, 2018 at 7:59 pm

      That is NOT a white person. It is a black man with a brightly colored glove on his right hand.Look at his left hand and his feet,same complexion.
      Look at his shadow,that would mean the sun is behind him ,yet his right hand appears lighter than his feet especially his left foot which is in direct contact with the suns’ rays and therefore should be the lighest of all.
      The Police could not say if he has a big mouth,bulbous nose etc because the black man is hiding his face

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  5. Ossie Moore February 13, 2018 at 1:13 pm

    Spectre says : ” Or maybe your protests finally hit home and the authorities decided to amend their policy on describing people…”

    Ossie Moore says : Thanks for your kind words spectre , I have lived and traveled all over world.

    Being an International news writer whose work appears in world publications and who also works along law enforcement covering crime , I have never seen a law enforcement agency and media organisation describe human beings the way in which the Royal Barbados Police Dept . and the Barbados media ( Barbados Today / Nation news ) describe black Barbadians.

    What also bothers me is that if a ” White International Police Dept or white International media organisation had describe a black Barbadian in that form or fashion , then the whole world would be having to listen to how the rest of the white world ” is racist , prejudiced and don’t like black bajans.

    Case in point : Bajans will respond to Donald trump calling countries like Barbados s**t holes , but yet still they won’t respond to their own calling them ” wild jungle anmals”.

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  6. ks February 13, 2018 at 1:22 pm

    Ossie….what about…..White, male, stocky, about 5’8″, probably non-local judging from his lack of a tan, long sleeve shirt (in our hot climate) to probably hid a tattoo or identifying mark(s), over-sized shoe(s) to mis-lead Police, looks like a cellphone (or something) on back of pants (right-side), 200-210 lbs(?),……..

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  7. Ossie Moore February 13, 2018 at 1:43 pm

    ks says : ” Ossie….what about…..White, male, stocky, about 5’8″, probably non-local judging from his lack of a tan, long sleeve shirt (in our hot climate) to probably hid a tattoo or identifying mark(s), over-sized shoe(s) to mis-lead Police, looks like a cellphone (or something) on back of pants (right-side), 200-210 lbs(?) ”

    Ossie Moore says : Awesome KS , now we have ” educated commenters” who are starting to make sense and I can tell by the responses so far that these are international folks or people who live outside of Barbados or are Barbadians who have traveled extensively.

    I always see professional international descriptions like these :

    (1) Name and / or race of person

    (2) Aprox. height / weight

    (3) Age

    (4) tatoo on right arm , etc

    (5 ) Color of hair / eyes / distinguishing body marks etc.

    (6) location last seen

    (7 ) last seen wearing a blue shirt / dress / pants ( type of clothing / shoes ) etc

    There is no stupid uneducated reason to get into describing a human being the way you would describe a :

    a monkey , gorilla , lion , tiger , chimpanzee etc.

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    • Jennifer February 13, 2018 at 7:31 pm

      but they describe us as of old , nothing change. Did u not see the H&M store cool monkey ad.

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      • Jennifer February 13, 2018 at 7:33 pm

        African outcry and burning ALL H&M stores too.

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  8. Ossie Moore February 13, 2018 at 2:20 pm

    . . . . but on the other hand where is the outrage over this from the regular ” rank and file ” black Barbadian ?

    A few months ago there was tremendous outrage about a bus bench RH sign and a couple of weeks ago the comment section of the BB today was burning up about changes to the tinted windows of bajan motor vehicles.

    Yet still not many comments about Black bajans being described as animals.

    But , if changes are being made to crop over , kadooment day , fetes and how wuking up en de streets is done . . . . OMG this forum would have run out of space by now.

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  9. Lisa February 13, 2018 at 4:35 pm

    Interesting convo. However, does anyone recognize the person?

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  10. Mack February 13, 2018 at 5:18 pm

    We should have a good set of prints and DNA from this suspect from the door handle.

    Hope this was done.

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  11. Leroy February 13, 2018 at 6:04 pm

    Wearing two left foot shoes ?

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  12. Mark Rosmar February 13, 2018 at 6:29 pm

    Maybe that’s the whole point: the law enforcement authorities don’t have a clue what the person looks like!

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  13. luther thorne February 13, 2018 at 11:17 pm

    This feels strange.
    Somehow someway it seems to me that this is the same man that rob the man of his car that was found torched, the jogger !
    There is something about the MO for some strange reason that seems connected.

    Anyhow I blame the GOVT for all this crime. People dont care because they feel the GOVT dont care so they would attempt anything. Ask me what the GOVT got to do with this. Anybody who feel that the GOVT aint got nothing to do with this does not understand the relevant psycho /social/historical situation.

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