NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police reported on Wednesday that they have three men in custody in connection with the recent smash and grab robbery of the John Bull jewelry store at the Baha Mar Resort.
Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash told the media that police are still looking for a fourth person of interest.
On Sunday, two brazen bandits stormed the John Bull jewelry store at the Baha Mar Resort and stole an assortment of jewelry.
Police said the suspects entered the John Bull Store, smashed the showcase glass and stole an assortment of watches and jewelry before running away.
No weapons were used, and there were no reports of injuries.
Robert ‘Sandy’ Sands, the Senior Executive Vice President at Baha Mar, expressed regret after the incident, stating that the safety and security of guests and associates is the resort’s first priority.