TWO MEN WANTED BY POLICE: 19 AND 24 YEAR OLDS SOUGHT FOR QUESTIONING

The Royal Barbados Police Force is seeking the assistance of the public in locating two men wanted in connection with serious criminal matters.
They are 24-year-old Rio Richian Jelani Malcolm Benn and 19-year-old Nicolas Ricardo Clarke.

Benn, whose last known address is Upper Duke's Alley, Bridgetown, St. Michael, is about 5'9" in height, medium build and of brown complexion. He has black hair, average nose, eyes, ears and lips and has a scar between the right temple and right eye. He also has a tattoo of the name 'Rio' in a banner on his upper right arm.

Benn, whose last known address is Upper Duke’s Alley, Bridgetown, St. Michael, is about 5’9″ in height, medium build and of brown complexion. He has black hair, average nose, eyes, ears and lips and has a scar between the right temple and right eye. He also has a tattoo of the name ‘Rio‘ in a banner on his upper right arm.

Rio Richian Jelani Malcolm Benn and Nicolas Ricardo Clarke are advised that they can present themselves to the police accompanied by an attorney-at-law of their choice. The public is advised that these persons are considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached.

Clarke, who also goes by the name "Nicky Barnes", resides at second Avenue Gooding Road, Station Hill St. Michael. He is about 5'9" in height, slim build and of brown complexion. He has black hair and a low haircut, dark brown eyes, thick lips, average nose and ears. He also has a scar on his inner right arm.

Clarke, who also goes by the name “Nicky Barnes“, resides at second Avenue Gooding Road, Station Hill St. Michael. He is about 5’9” in height, slim build and of brown complexion. He has black hair and a low haircut, dark brown eyes, thick lips, average nose and ears. He also has a scar on his inner right arm.

Any person, who may know the whereabouts of Rio Richian Jelani Malcolm Benn and Nicolas Ricardo Clarke 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. Any person caught committing this offence can be prosecuted.

  • David Welch – ASP (Ag);

Public Relations Officer

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