Police release photo of man wanted for questioning

Police have released the photo of a
man wanted in connection with an attack on a young woman.

Detectives want to question Chad
Anglin, 30, in connection with the assault of a woman that took place just
before 2am Thursday, 17 June, in West Bay.

Detectives say two officers patrolling
Gavin Road approached a parked vehicle, interrupting the attack. The offender
ran off into the bushes leaving the victim with a cut throat and several

Police are asking the public to
notify them immediately if they see Mr. Anglin or know where he is.

 “It’s imperative that we locate Chad Anglin as
soon as possible”, said Detective Chief Inspector Peter Kennett. “If anyone
knows where he is, they should contact police immediately.

“We hope the release of this
photograph today will alert the public to the fact that we need to trace this
individual urgently – but it also underlines our commitment in the RCIPS to use
every means available to apprehend those suspected of violent crime as quickly
as possible,” he added.

Anyone with information about this
crime should inform the police or call Crime Stoppers at 800-8477 (TIPS).


  1. Dear CayCompass:

    Comments made on a case or on a ongoing investigation on any witness, suspect, or person of interest should be disabled from this forum. A reputation is very fragile and can be easily lost.


    Editor’s note: We admit that the RCIPS’ current policy of refusing to name criminal suspects after they are charged – whilst at the same time identifying a suspect or person of interest in specific cases where it suits their purposes, even if that individual has not been charged – is inconsistent at best.
    However, this release was sent to us by police with the specific purpose of disemmination to the public with the goal of finding an individual who they believe is crucial to a serious criminal investigation. In this case, we believe the public service and interest aspects win out.

  2. Obviously, the police already know exactly who they are looking for, and yes, one is presumed innocent until proven guilty. It is quite likely the woman knew her attacker, or the police recognized him. This photo should remain on the FRONT page of the compass until he is located. This was a vicious attack on a female.

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