A total of 26 Cuban migrants are on the way to the capital after they were apprehended in the central Bahamas by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force on Tuesday evening.
While on routine patrol HMBS Rolly Gray under the command of Acting Lieutenant Commander Granville Adderley, discovered 26 Cuban Migrants consisting of 22 males and 4 females onboard a 32ft white Cabin Cruiser shortly after 7 p.m. last evening. They were located approximately 20 miles south of Mars Bay, South Andros.
The migrants were turned over to Immigration officials upon arrival to Coral Harbour Base for further processing. The Royal Bahamas Defence Force remains committed to protecting the territorial borders of The Bahamas
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