Reward offered for wanted man

Police and Cayman Crime Stoppers
are offering a reward of up to $5,000 leading to the arrest of Chad Anglin who
is wanted in connection with a violent assault on a woman in West Bay last
month.

Royal Cayman Islands Police and
Crime Stoppers announced on Friday the launch of the reward for information on
the whereabouts of the 30-year-old man.

He is wanted for questioning in
connection with an attack on a woman in Garvin Road, West Bay on Thursday, 17
June.

Police said there have been several
unconfirmed sightings of Anglin since they first launched a public appeal for
help to track him down last month, but none of the information provided so far
had led to his arrest.

Announcing the reward, Detective
Superintendent Marlon Bodden said: “We are grateful to Cayman Crime Stoppers
for joining with the RCIPS to offer this reward. Anglin is still at large and
there is absolutely no doubt he is being assisted by others in his attempts to
evade police.

“This was a very violent attack and
we need to speak to Anglin as quickly as possible about the incident. We hope
that the reward will encourage people who know where he is to contact police as
quickly as possible.”

Since the attack, police have
searched a number of premises, executed warrants and interviewed family,
friends and associates of Anglin in an attempt to trace him, police said.

Anyone with any information about
this crime, or the whereabouts of Anglin, should inform the police immediately.
Calls can also be made to Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS).

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