The container octavia is one of the biggest cargo ships in the world, carrying goods from China to Europe and other parts of the world.
It is a large, heavily loaded cargo ship with a capacity of about 800,000 tons.
It’s now being held hostage by a group of people who are using it as a vehicle for extortion.
The cargo ship Octavius has been stuck in the harbor in Haiti since late October.
The ship was stopped at sea on the coast of the northern province of Mie in mid-November.
Authorities said they found the vessel loaded with some 20 tons of cocaine and another 50 tons of marijuana.
The ship was towed to the port of Mokotoko, about 50 miles from the city of Mito.
It was taken to Mito in November to be examined by the Mito police.
The results of the investigation are still pending.
The police arrested the group on Tuesday, and the container Octavious was released from Mito on Wednesday.
It took authorities six days to identify the suspects.
One of the men is a member of a violent group, and he is wanted for various crimes, including robbery and robbery in a commercial property.
They were not identified by name.
A statement from the Haiti Police Department said that the suspects were caught on video allegedly trying to steal the Octavians cargo.
“After being apprehended, they took a cargo container from the cargo ship, and while it was being searched by the police, they were caught and identified by their accomplices,” the statement said.
“During the investigation, the group was identified by the name of ‘Octavius.'”
Haiti’s port authorities have set up checkpoints along the ship’s route.
There are no official details on how long the ship is being held at sea, but Haiti has said it could be for days.
Haiti has about 2,400 residents, and it has about 9,000 foreign residents.
It has a population of about 14,000.