Gov’t offers reward for information on missing people, killing

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The Government of Antigua & Barbuda has offered a total of $30,000 for information that helps find two individuals who were reported missing in recent weeks, as well as evidence to help the police solve the killing of a 60-year-old man.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Atlee Rodney said that the decision came out of discussions held by Commissioner of Police Wendel Robinson and Attorney General Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin.
 

“They decided that there would be a reward of $30,000 — $10,000 for each of the three main cases that the police are dealing with,” ACP Rodney said on the Voice of the People yesterday.
The cases in question concern 26-year-old New Winthorpes resident Vincia James who has not been seen since April 7; 42-year-old Craig Richards, also known as “Twin”, and “Boss”, of Bathlodge, who was reported missing on March 22; and Lisue Samuel, of no fixed address, whose bloody body was found outside the Industrial Workshop for the Blind, in St John’s, on February 3.

The amounts will be added to the reward monies offered by the families of James and Richards, who earlier told OBSERVER media that they were willing to pay EC $5,000 and US $10,000, respectively, to anyone who provided information about their whereabouts. A local business is offering an additional $1,500 to find James.
(More in today’s Daily Observer)

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