The Latest Development in the Killing of German Man in South Andros
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Two men were arrested in South Andros for the murder of the German man killed on Wednesday night.
The men were bought to Nassau on Friday morning after police arrived in the quiet settlement of Kemp’s Bay to investigate the case.
The men, seemingly in their 20’s, were shackled at the wrist and dressed casually, appearing oblivious as they walked the tarmac. One stared into the camera lens as he made his way to CDU for further questioning.
The man, 57-year-old Torsten Wilhelm Hendrick of Geretsried Amselweg, Germany was with two other German nationals when the masked gunmen approached them while they were outside of their summer residence in Kemp’s Bay.
The gunmen flaunted a gun, startling the men. The man ran inside the house when the gunmen fired shots, striking two of the men.
For one day, police canvassed the island and spoke to residents of the area who promised to turn over anyone connected to the case since Hendrick and his family were frequent visitors to the island for more than 30 years.
Residents said they were fond of Hendrick and grieved the loss.