Crime Stoppers: Three Unsolved Crimes

p>Law enforcement needs your help solving the following crimes. If you know something, say something.

St. Croix: Police are still seeking at least two men who were involved in the robbery of the Bank of St. Croix in Gallows Bay on September 2, 2014. Witnesses said two armed, masked males got out of a grey Chevy Equinox parked in front of the bank. Inside they brandished handguns and demanded money. After the robbery the suspects left the area traveling east. Police found the vehicle in a parking lot behind a nearby building moments later. One suspect is more than 6 feet tall and was wearing a camouflage jacket with a hood and camouflage pants. The second suspect, around 5 foot 6 inches, was wearing khaki pants, a black hoodie, and multicolored sneakers. They both appeared to have dreadlocks.

St. Thomas: On Jan. 31 at approximately 8:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to a possible shooting in the area of Coki Point Beach. Officers discovered the body of Anthony Charles lying in the area between Calley’s Place and Dushi by the Sea. He had been shot to death. If you have any information about this murder, please tell us.

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St. John: On March 16 officers were dispatched to the St. John School of the Arts in Cruz Bay because of a burglary. A complainant reported that the school was secured around 4 p.m. on March 14. Although the complainant returned to the building on Saturday around 9:15 a.m., it was not discovered until officers were present and taking the report that approximately $140 was stolen. A northern window appeared to have been broken and is believed to have been the entrance and exit of the suspect or suspects.

You can anonymously report information about these or any other crimes by calling 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or by logging on to www.crimestoppersusvi.org and clicking “Submit a Tip.” If your information leads to an arrest, or the recovery of stolen property, illegal drugs or weapons, you will receive a cash reward. We pay 10 percent of the value of the property recovered, up to $2,500 in cash.

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