David Michael Ditzen has issued an early warning to law enforcement that he is not wanted man Rickardo Bassawan.
In a facebook post today, Ditzen informs the police to be attentive while the launch a manhunt for the Guyanese native Bassawan.
A Wanted bulletin is issued by the police for the immediate arrest of 27yr-old Rickardo Bassawan of Bennett Street, Villa. CLICK HERE TO JOIN WHAT APP GROUP
Bassawan escaped from police custody earlier this afternoon in Potters, after he was being transported to Her Majesty’s Prison.
He appeared at District “B” Court today on a charge of Aggravated Robbery, he allegedly committed at Jolly Harbour last Saturday. He was denied bail and was ordered to be remanded to prison.
The now fugitive was last seen wearing a yellow shirt and a green pair of sweatpants. He is fair in complexion and slimly build, with a plaited hairstyle.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact the nearest police station or call Crimestoppers at 800-Tips (8477).
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Eyes and lips are different
mouth part and forehead different
From de Original Ras Smood!
You now gotta add!
They are completely different. Even if they would picked him up by mistake, the thief and arm robber finger prints and his are different so he have nothing to worry about.
They have fingerprint log here?
it is the agrressive action they’d take before confirming who is who is what the guy is worried about “little johnny”
Young man still be careful.
You need help. You and your idol are two mental cases.
Look at the eye brows. they are different. This don’t take a genius, well maybe it does since our police force is made of lots of idiots
They don’t resemble each other
No Wonder no crime can solve in Antigua.. with dem pappy show police… Nose and Lips says it all…smh!!!
He’s back in police custody
It does make one wonder about the competence of our security personnel in Antigua! Haitians, Indians, Guyanese??? There seems to be more in the mortar than the pestle!!!
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