Chad Anglin arrested

| 09/07/2010

(CNS): A three-week manhunt is over for Chad Anglin, who was wanted for questioning in regards to a brutal attack on a young woman. The RCIPS announced this afternoon that he is now in police custody following his arrest sometime yesterday (Thursday 8 July). Unofficial sources told CNS that Anglin was arrested last night in West Bay, the area he is said to be from. His arrest marks the end of a police operation to find 30-year-old Anglin following the incident, which occurred in the early hours of Thursday 17 June. Just before 2:00 am that morning two officers from the RCIPS Uniform Support Group on patrol in Garvin Road, West Bay, approached a parked vehicle and interrupted the attack taking place inside the car.

The victim sustained bruising to her face and a cut to her throat. The offender ran off into the bushes as the officers approached the car. Police said she was bleeding heavily and the officers immediately called for assistance from other officers while they rendered first aid.

The RCIPS launched a search for Anglin, which included releasing his picture to the media. Police say that during the operation officers searched a number of premises, executed a number of warrants and interviewed family, friends and associates of Anglin in an attempt to trace him.

“The police would like to express their thanks to everyone who assisted in this successful outcome,” an RCIPS spokesperson said.
 

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