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Community Alert: Police Need Help Identifying Suspect

May 6, 2005 – The V.I. Police Department needs the help of the community in identifying a suspect wanted in connect with several armed robberies at restaurants, hotels and bars on St. Thomas' east end in recent months.
He is a black male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, light complexioned, in his early 20s.
According to James McCall, assistant Police commissioner, he is considered "armed and very dangerous."
On Friday Police released images captured by a video camera at one of the establishments that was robbed in the hope that someone in the community would be able to identify the suspect.
"All information will be held in strict confidence," McCall said. And a reward in being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
Anyone with information concerning this subject is asked to call the St. Thomas Crime Hot Line at 777-8711 which is monitored 24 hours a day, or 774-2310 and ask for McCall or St. Thomas Deputy Police Chief Elvin R. Fahie.

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