WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16: Three more people have been arrested in the motorcycle robberies case.

Between 10:30pm and 11:45pm on Monday, police received several reports of robberies and attempted robberies in the Devonshire, Pembroke and Warwick areas.

The victims were motorcycle riders and the suspects were also on a motorcycle.

During the incidents one of the suspects brandished what appeared to be a firearm.

The suspects are described as two young black men believed to be in their 20s; one brown-skinned, the other of darker complexion, both wearing dark coloured clothing and helmets with visors. They rode on a white motorcycle.

Two men were arrested shortly after the incidents and have been assisting detectives with their inquiries.

At 11pm last night, police received a further report of a robbery in Paget.

Shortly afterwards officers saw persons similar to a description of the suspects.

After a high-speed chase, the suspects made off in the Devonshire area.

Checkpoints were put in place and a suspected imitation firearm was discovered.

Three more people have since been arrested.

Police said it is too early to confirm any links between the robberies on Monday and Tuesday.

Anyone with information should contact the Hamilton Criminal Investigation Unit on 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477.