WANTED BULLETIN: 5 Haitians wanted by Immigration Department in Antigua

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The Antigua and Barbuda Immigration Department has issued wanted bulletins for five Haitian nationals who remain at large after escaping from the Immigration Department’s Detention Centre.

 

They had been awaiting deportation on Saturday after presenting fraudulent documents upon arrival at VC Bird International Airport on Thursday night.

 

They are 21 year old Sami Roodly Loisueu, who is fair in complexion, approximately 5 feet 6 inches in height, slimly built, and weighing approximately 150 lbs.

 

28-year-old Frannyel Manuel who is fair in complexion, approximately 5 feet 4 inches in height, slimly built, and weighing approximately 150 lbs;

 

25 year old Andrecin Pruneau, who is also fair in complexion, approximately 5 feet 7 inches in height, slimly built, and weighing approximately 150 lbs;

 

28-year-old Angener Rinjour who is also fair in complexion, approximately 5 ft. 9 inches in height, slimly built, and weighing approximately 140 lbs and the lone female, 19 year old Fabine Fleurant also fair in complexion, approximately 5 ft. 5 inches in height, slimly built, and weighing approximately 130 lbs.

 

The Immigration Department which is carrying out an investigation into the matter, is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the five Haitians.

 

If you have seen any of the five or know where they are, please contact the Immigration Enforcement Unit at 464-3245 or 464-3141 or nearest Police Station.

 

Members of the public are also being warned against assisting or harbouring the escapees. (STATEMEDIA)

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Please officers, we know you have a job to do. However, a life is sacred so be responsible during your surveillance and execute tactics to reprimand these escapees and let your firearm be the very LAST resource you use if necessary…. It has appeared that in the past, innocent lives have been taken down unnecessarily by armed officers. The taking of someone’s life in an expedition like this would certainly be uncalled for, unnecessary and downright murderous should it really happen.

  2. im seeing different skin shades in those pictures. whats the definition of “fair in complexion”?

    • I was thinking the same thing. Fair complexion means a person of a lighter complexion. I see people who are dark skin.

  3. I agree that firearms should be used as a last resort. These are our Haitian brothers and sisters and things appear to be very desperate in the first black independent country in the Western Hemisphere. We must remember that all of us are black African first and then wherever the slave ship dropped us off. Pay attention my peoples. The words in recapturing these humans are professionalism and empathy.

    • I am very much in agreement with you. Once they are not armed and dangerous, there is absolutely no reason to use a firearm on them. These are just young people trying to flee poverty and get a better life.

  4. They need legal representation and advice. They are not criminals so do not treat them like that. We know the situation in Haiti. Hold on the deportation and investigate. If requested, give them amnesty.

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