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Police Hunting Bank Break-In Suspects

Police are probing not one, but two daring, early morning break-ins at a local bank, caught on camera. Now police need your help.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police are probing not one, but two daring, early morning break-ins at a local bank.

The crime was caught on camera and the video showing two suspects entering Commonwealth Bank’s Prince Charles branch has gone viral. Deputy Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander says police are determined to identify the suspects.

Jasmin Brown reports



While the incident was never reported in the Royal Bahamas Police Force’s daily crime report, Our News understands the first break-in at that branch occurred in December while the latest break-in occurred just last month.

Both incidents were caught on the bank’s security cameras and the footage has since gone viral.

In the March 2022 recording, two men could be seen using a ladder to gain access to the eastern New Providence bank branch.

In another video, from the December break-in. Two masked men are seen entering the bank from the front of the building, using not the front door but a decorative glass wall.

In a third video the men could be seen using high-powered tools to try to gain access to a safe.

Given the fact that police are no closer to identifying the suspects, Deputy Commissioner Fernander says they need the public’s help.

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