There is an update with the picture of one suspect (at link):
The Identity of one suspected robber of the Excelsior casino is released
Saturday, October 31, 2015 14:52
ORANGE CITY - Police are looking for the Venezuelan Carlos Jose Huerta Ibarra (34). He along with two other Spanish-speaking persons wanted in connection with the armed robbery at the Excelsior Casino on October 26th 2015. This is a large sum of money was seized.
The suspects are considered "possibly armed and extremely dangerous." The police therefore warns not to take action themselves and to keep them away. Citizens who have tips or information, should contact the authorities through the anonymous tip line (11 141) or telephone 527-3243. The past few days have already received several tips, so police spokesman says gratefully.
From police investigation revealed that the robbers among others have used a gray car of Hyundai, i10 model with registration number F-2565. The vehicle in question was presumably left by the culprits and recovered by police near Rooi Santo. Ibarra is the one the car was rented in whose name. The identity of the two other suspects by the police "not yet determined with certainty."
Shortly after the robbery was the authorities a scale Investigation Team (TGO) created that focuses only on solving this robbery. This allows the police hopes to increase the probability of detection. The border control is tightened to prevent the perpetrators flee the country.
I just saw that Diario and Awe24 have articles about it (in Papiamento) with lots of pictures.
Diario shows the names, ages and pictures of the three suspects:
And Awe24 shows lots of pictures of the detention:
On the positive side of things, not of them are from Aruba....Lock up the boarders and we will all be safe
Jacki, you made me laugh so hard! I thought the same way you did! I am happy they got caught, didn't think they would.
The government are getting more aggressive, the beer scam.
they're limited to 4 cases, the chinese stores are buying everything, in the parking lot!!!
any shortage of beer on the island
Not as long as you know some Venezuelans