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St Croix man wanted for questioning into armed robbery

22-year-old Abijah Isaac has been deemed possibly armed and dangerous by the [US] Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD). Photo: VI Consortium

CHRISTIANSTED, St Croix, USVI — The [US] Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) is seeking the community’s assistance in locating a man wanted for questioning in connection with a December 2018 armed robbery, VIPD Public Information Officer Glen Dratte has announced.

The robbery took place in the Christiansted town.

The man, identified as 22-year-old Abijah Isaac, is possibly armed and dangerous, Mr Dratte said.

Mr Isaac is a black male standing 5 feet, 9 inches tall, weighs roughly 160 pounds, has black hair and brown eyes, a brown complexion and is said to be a slim individual, according to Mr Dratte.

While the VIPD is urging residents to contact authorities if Mr Isaac is sighted, the force is also warning residents not to approach him, because he may be armed.

Call the Criminal Investigation Bureau immediately at 469-475-3871 if you see Mr Isaac. You may also contact 911 or Crime Stoppers USVI with an anonymous tip here.

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