Update (28 November):
On Saturday, 26 November, wanted man Mitchum Wood was located and arrested by police officers during an operation in North Side. Based on observations made at the time of the arrest, officers had reason to suspect Wood of being involved in a burglary which had occurred earlier that day at a service station on Bodden Town Road. He was further arrested in relation to the burglary and has since been formally charged with Burglary and Damage to Property.
He appeared in court today, 28 November.
During the operation, another man, age 21 of North Side, was arrested on suspicion of robbery. The man was subsequently bailed with conditions, pending further investigation.
Update (15 November):
48-year-old Al Handel Pearson, who was recently circulated as wanted by police, has been arrested.
The RCIPS thanks the public for their assistance in locating him.
Police continue to seek wanted man, 35-year-old Mitchum Kenjo Wood, in relation to several burglary offenses.
Initial Release (11 November):
The RCIPS is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 48-year-old Al Handel Pearson and 35-year-old Mitchum Kenjo Wood, who are both wanted in relation to several burglary offenses.
Pearson is about 6’2” tall, bald, of slim build and dark complexion. He is known to frequent the George Town area.
Wood is about 5’11” tall, of slim build and brown complexion with dark hair. He is known to frequent the Bodden Town area.
Photos of both men are available below.
Anyone who sights either man is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately. Otherwise, anyone with any information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222.
The public is being reminded that according to the Police Act (2021 Revision), it is an offense to obstruct, mislead or act in such a way as to prevent the apprehension of a person who has committed an offense. If prosecuted under this section, you may be liable on conviction to a fine of $5000 or imprisonment for two years or both.
Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or via our website.