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Still no sign of at large boat captain one month later

Officers of the Armed Response Unit in the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF.)

Law enforcement officials are still searching for the boat captain who crashed his boat in the vicinity of Nanny Cay on Tortola a month ago.

β€œHe has not been found. We are still on the lookout for the individual,” Information Officer for the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force Diane Drayton told BVI News on Wednesday.

The assailant came to be in the territory after being involved in an on water boat chase with Customs and Border Patrol in the neighbouring US Virgin Islands.

The chase was as a result of the boat captain reportedly smuggling a number of Haitians into the US territory.

The man is suspected to have been injured since he was flung from his vessel when the boat made contact with land during the chase.

The assailant, who may be wearing dreadlocks escaped on foot. His vessel remains in police custody.

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  1. Sid dung says:

    Go N Chk ur wife’s at home when you guys are on that Night Shift πŸ™‚

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  2. LOL says:

    It was a fake baldheaded rasta

  3. Common sense says:

    Sense isn’t common at all if they were chasing this boat from lets say St John area, sense would have come in to play an call the main land a have officers following the said chase from on land but as I said sense isn’t common.

  4. No Good says:

    It was one of your officers Michael that said around the afternoon is the best time to do it… You need to investigate in your marine squad

  5. Big Boss says:

    Homie is down at Sea Cows Bay chillin’ like a villain.

    • yes sah says:

      he was right there up on escalator or elevator hill through the bush watching the whole thing. I sure he done cut he locs. The boat has to be registered to someone. All boat men know who what boat belong to.

  6. Who's Boat says:

    We need to identify these boats just like we do cars.

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