Willemstad:— The Caribbean Coastguard (KWCARIB) in the early morning of Tuesday, January 3rd again detained a vessel with two Venezuelans.
The radar operator of the Rescue and Coordination Centre of the Coast Guard detected a suspicious contact southwest of the island of Curacao. A unit from the coast guard fulcrum Curaçao was deployed right. South of Santu Pretu they found an unlit vessel type “yola” that again returns to the south. This has been observed by the crew Super-RHIB ge-collar here that two people were aboard who could not show valid residence papers. The “yola” is applied to the fulcrum to Parera. Both crew members have transferred to the Venezuelan nationality to the police that the case is still under investigation along with the Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Press Release
Source: St. Martin News Network
Coast Guard holds two more illegals in Curacao.