Acting on information received, Sandy Point Police captured 27 Haitian migrants in the area of the Hole in the Wall road just after seven in the morning on July 11.
After receiving reports of suspected migrants coming out of the bush the Police investigated the area finding seven male and two female Haitian nationals. They appeared to have been dehydrated and were later taken for medical treatment in Sandy Point.
While Police were on scene another five Haitian migrants drove to the area to meet the persons already in custody and they were subsequently arrested as well.
At about 11:45am were able to capture another thirteen migrants all of which were male except for one. They are being processed by the Department of Immigration and after they receive necessary medical treatment will be sent to Nassau for further processing.