Two men being held by detectives in relation to the Cayman National Bank robbery, which took place on March 11 are still in custody today helping police with their enquiries.
Two other men have been released on conditional police bail pending further investigations.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector Kurt Walton said: ‘We are following a number of positive leads and we are confident that the men who carried out this crime will be brought to justice.’
Officers are particularly keen to hear from anyone who was in the West Bay area prior to the robbery that saw the white jeep wrangler travelling to the bank between midday and 12.20pm
It is believed that the offenders made their way to the bank using Bankers Road, Birch Tree Hill, Reverend Blackman Road and West Church Street. It is also possible that the men in the vehicle were unmasked at this time.
Anyone who does feel they can help should contact either Mr Walton directly on 926-2075, the Major Incident Room on 244-3048 or Crime Stoppers on 800 (TIPS). Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a financial reward should their information lead to an arrest.