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Man Arrested and Charged for Provo robberies



Turks and Caicos, May 1st 2017: Police have arrested and charged a 35 year old Grand Turk man with four counts of robberies and a wounding offence.

The arrest comes days after Police Commissioner James Smith listed crime stats over the past year, detailing some 134 robberies in 2016/2017.

The man is said to be part of a team responsible for a number of offences in Providenciales, with several reports given in the past month leading to his arrest.

The charged man is said to have committed a spate of robberies against drivers, holding them at gun point, along with assaulting and battering the victims. Reports suggest that the robbery spree continued for four days straight.

Reports say some time on April 17th, he along with two other males pulled guns on a driver in Blue HRTCIPF BLUE HILLS POSTills, and robbed him of a large sum of cash, beating him about the body before running away.  The second report is said to have occurred the next day, Tuesday April 18th, when a driver proceeded to give a man a ride in his car. Upon entering, the man is said to have pulled a gun on the driver, demanding money. The culprit once again escaped with a small sum of cash. Another similar report was made on Wednesday April 19th, when the victim said he was driving along Lower Bight Road, when two men stopped him, asking for a lift to Long Bay. One of the men then grabbed him by the neck and began searching him for valuables. A Samsung Galaxy phone and an undisclosed small amount of money were stolen. On Thursday April 20th, another driver is said to have picked up two men along the Leeward Highway. While driving along the Grace Bay road, in the vicinity of the Golf Club, one of the men pulled a knife on the driver, demanding his cell phone and cash. The men slashed the driver’s face, forcing him to be taken to the Chesire Hall Medical Centre where he was treated and discharged.




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Stolen Vessel Recovered





July 20th, 2024.


#TurksandCaicos, July 20, 2024 – Shortly after 10 am yesterday (July 19th), the Police Control Room received a report of a stolen boat in the Turtle Cove district.

The description of the vessel given to officers was a black, 26-foot Hurricane boat with two Yamaha engines. Officers were told that the owner had secured the vessel on Thursday evening and had discovered it missing the following day.

Inquiries were conducted, and based on information received, Marine Branch Officers and Response and Operation Unit Officers searched a mangrove just off Five Cays today (July 20th) and recovered the vessel.

Two suspects were seen, one of whom was a 23-year-old from the Bight, Providenciales, who was caught and arrested for suspicion of stealing the vessel. The other suspect managed to escape.

The RTCIPF is asking anyone with information on illegal activities that may assist the police with enquiries to contact 911, the closest police station, the Serious Crime Unit at 231-1842, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477 and anonymously give any information.

Additionally, persons are being asked to download the CrimeStoppers P3 app.

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Firearm and Drug Charges



Media Release


July 15th, 2024.


SHAIWANZO MISSICK of South Back Salina, Grand Turk, has been charged with six counts of firearm-related offences.

Missick, 30, was charged on July 13 after police officers consulted with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

The offences against Missick are:

  • One Count – Discharging Firearm
  • One Count- Discharging Ammunition
  • One Count-Possession of Firearm with intent to commit a serious offence
  • Two Counts-Possession of Ammunition
  • One Count –Possession of Firearm
  • One Count-Possession of Controlled Drugs
  • One Count- Possession of Controlled Drugs with intent to supply.

The charges against Missick came following a report made on Saturday, 29 June 2024,  following a shooting incident in Breezy Brae.

Officers obtained a warrant and searched the accused’s residence based on the information received.

The RT&CIPF is asking the public to notify the closest police station, contact 911, the Serious Crime Unit at 231-1842, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477, and anonymously give any information on illegal activity.

Additionally, persons are encouraged to download the Crime Stoppers P3 app from the Google Play Store or Apple Apps and share information anonymously.

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Five Cays Shooting Update



#TurksandCaicos, July 19, 2024 – Shortly after noon on July 12th, the Control Room of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force received reports of a shooting in Five Cays, Providenciales. A team of offices was dispatched to Granny Hill.

Upon arrival, several interviews were conducted, and evidential items were retrieved.  Thankfully, no one was injured.

Given the investigation’s sensitivity and lines of inquiry, the RT&CIPF cannot comment further.

We are aware of audio videos and photographs purporting to be the location of where the incident allegedly occurred and ask that persons circulating such be mindful of exposing victims.

The RT&CIPF is again reaching out to the public, emphasising their crucial role in this investigation.

We urge you to notify the closest police station, contact 911, the Serious Crime Unit at 231- 1842, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477, and anonymously provide any information on this shooting or any illegal activity.

Your cooperation is vital in ensuring justice is served. Additionally, persons are encouraged to download the Crime Stoppers P3 app from the Google Play Store or Apple Apps and share information anonymously.

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