The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating two men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters.
Wanted is Teddy McDonald Orlando Gill, 39 years, alias ‘Bear’, of Fruitful Hill, St. Joseph and Atlantic Park #85, St. Philip. He is about 5’8” in height, slim build and of black complexion. Gill has black hair, a large nose, wide nostrils and dark brown eyes. He has a tattoo of a skeleton on his upper right arm, and a tattoo of a skull on his right bicep.
Also wanted is Shiamar Tishake Callender, 29 years alias ‘Contact or Tom’, of Risk Road, Fitts Village, St. James. He is about 5’ 5” in height, slim build and of dark complexion. Callender has black hair, dark brown eyes, a broad nose and large lips. He has the word ‘Woggy’ tattooed on left forearm, and letters “RL” tattooed on his right forearm.
Both Gill and Callender are advised that they can present themselves to the police accompanied by an attorney-at-law of their choice. These men are considered to be armed and dangerous and should not be approached by the public.
Any person, who may know the whereabouts of Teddy McDonald Orlando Gill and Shiamar Tishake Callender is asked to contact the police emergency at telephone number ‘211’, the nearest police station or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477).
The public is reminded that it is a serious offence to harbour or assist wanted persons and any person caught committing this offence can be prosecuted.
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