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On Tuesday 1 August, RCIPS received a report of possible credit card fraud relating to a customer using multiple aliases to make purchases through a local food ordering app.
Police are seeing an increase in the numbers of reports of vehicle windows being smashed and items stolen. Commonly stolen items include tools, jewelry, electronics and money.
A man, age 33 of George Town, has been formally charged with two counts of Aggravated Burglary, and one count each of Threats to Kill, Causing Fear or Provocation of Violence, and Assault ABH, in relation to an incident on Thursday morning, 21 September.
Shortly before 1:30PM on Wednesday, 20 September, officers responded to a report of an incident at the Seven Mile Public Beach on West Bay Road. It was reported that a man had brandished a knife at another man and made threats against him.
The three missing teens, 15-year-old Jahsmine Ebanks and 16-year-old Shania Beckford, who were reported missing on Wednesday 23 August, and 17-year-old Jemma Watson, who was reported missing on Thursday 24 August have been located and returned safely. All three appear to be in good health.
On Sunday, 13 August, officers arrested 32-year-old Christopher Perry Bush, of Bodden Town, who was wanted after damaging and removing his electronic monitoring device. He remains in custody as investigations continue.
Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 16-year-old Joshua Whittaker, who was reported missing on Tuesday 1 August.
Police seek the public's assistance to locate wanted man Joshua Glendale Ebanks
Serious collision on Walkers Road in George Town. Motorists are advised of diversions and delays.
The RCIPS is advising the public of the following partial road closure taking place to facilitate trenching works associated with telecom utilities which commenced 8:00PM Friday 10 June, and will conclude 8:00PM Sunday 12 June.
Shortly after 3:00AM this morning, Thursday 24 March, emergency services responded to a single vehicle collision on Mangrove Avenue, Prospect. A single male occupant has sustained serious injuries and has been transported to George Town Hospital where he is undergoing treatment.
Police are currently on scene at the Grand Harbour roundabout in George Town where it was reported that a heavy equipment vehicle that was being towed, heading in the direction of Bodden Town, fell off its towing vehicle and overturned off the roadway. No one was injured during the incident.