Another man has been charged in connection with the 10 March robbery of Cayman National Bank in West Bay.
He is Damion Omar Ming, 24, a Caymanian of a West Bay address.
Ming appeared in court on Tuesday. He is the fourth defendant to be brought before a magistrate for the robbery of the bank branch at Centennial Towers.
The first was Eluno George Liking, a Jamaican national who was also charged with firearm offences and causing grievous bodily harm to a security guard at the bank (Caymanian Compass, 31 March).
Two more defendants were brought to court the following week — Bjorn Connery Ebanks and Royce Leon Cornwall, both of whom were also of West Bay addresses (Compass, 6 April).
At that time, a police press release indicated that another man had been charged, but not apprehended. He is Craig Damion Dilbert of a George Town address. He was still at large as of Tuesday evening, police confirmed.
Ming, in addition to the charge of robbery arising from the CNB incident, faces firearm charges.
He is also charged in connection with the robbery of Foster’s Republix in West Bay on the night of 4 March.
The defendant was remanded in custody and will return to court for another mention later this month.