The suspect is pictured with police and bags of recovered items in Governor's Harbour, on Friday morning.
The suspect is pictured with police and bags of recovered items in Governor’s Harbour, on Friday morning.

(Eleuthera, Bahamas) –  21- year old Alexander Michael Medon of Governors Harbour,  who has been at-large and wanted by police in Eleuthera and who is suspected of numerous break-ins during the past three months, was found by police on Friday morning March 10th, 2017,  hiding at the rear of the Sunset Inn restaurant in nearby bushes sometime after 9 a.m.


Police Superintendent Christopher Wright commented, “Since early December 2016, we experienced an increase in house breaking incidents within the Governors Harbour area. Our intelligence led us to believe that a possible suspect known to the police for various break-ins by the name of Alexander Medon may have been responsible. We followed up that line of inquiry and during the holidays we had a break-in at the Governors Harbour bakery where he was captured on surveillance footage.”

He added, “The break-ins continued sporadically and during the early hours this morning Highway Service Station, here in Governors Harbour, was vandalized again, where a number of jewelry, groceries and household items were stolen.  We did our inquiries within the area. I got my entire team together and we canvassed the area and we were able to capture  our most wanted house break-in suspect Alexander Medon in bushes near Sunset Inn.”

Police were able to recover a number of items that were suspected as stolen.

According to Superintendent Wright, the suspect, will remain in police custody and will be charged for a number of break-ins during the past several months and remanded to the Bahamas Department of Corrections.

Royal Bahamas Police Force in Eleuthera, escorts the suspect and bags of items from his hiding spot.
Royal Bahamas Police Force in Eleuthera, escorts the suspect and bags of items from his hiding spot.