Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Police tight-lipped about gully probe in Warrens


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POLICE HAVE BEEN tight-lipped about an investigation that took place in a gully, just off One Accord Plaza in Warrens, St Michael, yesterday.
Just after 1 p.m. several police officers combed the gully. One man was held by the police; he was handcuffed at the scene.
Acting Assistant Commissioner of Crime Mark Thompson told the Press that the police had reached a very delicate stage in the investigations and  could not go into details.
“However, when we complete this stage of the investigation and following any debriefing, I will be willing to revert to the Press and detail the type of investigations and where we have reached, assuming that it would not imperil the integrity of the investigation,” he said. (AH)


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