Crimestoppers is now offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the recapture of the two prison escapees still at large.
The offer was posted on the Facebook page of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Friday evening.
According to the 'WANTED' poster, Crimestoppers is asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of the two men - Michael Findley of Laventille and Olatungi Denbow of Port-of-Spain - should contact 800-TIPS (8477).
Despite rumors that a seventh prisoner has been recaptured, Prisons Commissioner Gerard Wilson has confirmed to Guardian Media that only six escapees are in custody.
The Commissioner explained that the six men who were recaptured in Las Lomas, hours after escaping Remand Prison, are currently assisting police with investigations into the escape.
He remains hopeful that the information provided will lead police to Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley.
The men were part of a group of eight who escaped from Remand Prison during the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Members of the Prisons Service, Police Service and the Defense Force have been continuing searches in the Las Lomas and Centeno areas for two escaped prisoners who were still at large Thursday afternoon.
Michael Findley and Olatungi Bendow were the last of the eight still on the run Thursday afternoon.
Guardian Media's Abraham Diaz has been covering the search and filed these photos.
A report has been made to the Four Roads Police Station of a bullet hole in the constituency office of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
The office is located at Covigne Road, Diego Martin.
The bullet hole was discovered by a worker who arrived at work Wednesday morning.
The hole was through a glass pane. A spent projectile was also found on the scene and is now in the possession of police.
Police do not believe that the incident had anything to do with the prime minister.
One of the eight prisoners who was involved in yesterday’s daring jailbreak from the Remand Section of the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca is allegedly calling on Police Commissioner Gary Griffith and Director of Public Prosecution Roger Gaspard to look into his case, saying he was set up.
Olatungi Denbow, who was still at large up to last night, claims he has been incarcerated for the past three years on false murder charges laid against him by corrupt police officers and supported by a “professional paid state witness.”
With three of the eight prisoners who escaped from the Golden Grove Prison Remand Yard between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning still on the run, Tobago police remain on heightened alert.
Guardian Media understands that round the clock exercises will be conducted at the Scarborough Port, Arthur NR Robinson International Airport in Crown Point and coastal areas throughout the island in order to apprehend any of the remaining escapees if they attempt to board a ferry, aircraft or pirogue destined for Tobago.
Five of the eight men who made a daring dash for freedom from the Golden Grove Remand Yard in Arouca were recaptured by a joint team of army, police and prison officers shortly before 7 pm yesterday.
The men, according to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, were all held in the Las Lomas area following information the authorities had received.
The captured men were identified as Brent Johnson, Mikhale Mohammed, Kerry Valentino, Joshua Janet and Steffon Austin. All were accused of murder.
Officers of the Tobago Police Division have nabbed two Trinidadians on the interisland ferry for outstanding warrants.
The men were caught during a search of the ferry for prisoners who had escaped the Remand Yard of the Golden Grove Prison on May 15.
According to a police report, officers of the Tobago Divisional Taskforce, Port Authority, Warrant Office and other arms of the Ministry of National Security are paying special attention to all ports of entry into Tobago in an effort to prevent the escaped prisoners from reaching Tobago.
The Ministry of National Security says that despite the incident involving the crash of a helicopter, it is looking forward to a successful recapture of eight prisoners who escaped from the Golden Grove prison in Arouca.
The ministry issued a statement Wednesday afternoon saying that from early this morning, the Ministry of National Security was briefed by the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on the escape of prisoners.
Even though Minister of National Security Stuart Young says the Cedros port is operational, three Venezuelan ferries are still awaiting clearance to come to the Cedros port with 86 legitimate passengers.
A source who requested anonymity said up to noon on Tuesday, the vessels Virgen de Valle from Guiria which carried 28 passengers, another vessel named Virgen de Valle from Tucupita carrying 30 passengers and Poseidon carrying 18 passengers failed to dock at the Cedros port.