Detectives in the St Andrew South Police Division have listed 17 men as ‘Persons of Interest’ in relation to crimes, which the police have not disclosed publicly.
The Jamaica Constabulary Force, in a press release today, April 15, said the men are from two parts of Kingston 11 – York Avenue and Mahoe Drive. They should visit the Hunts Bay Police by 6PM on Wednesday, April 17.
Those from Mahoe Drive are:
- Don Leslie Harley otherwise called ‘Don’
- Omar Prince Headley otherwise called ‘Kevin’ and ‘Popeye’
- Gavin Howell otherwise called ‘Ratty’
- Omar Campbell otherwise called ‘Skinny Man’
- Ricardo McKoy otherwise called ‘Rick Banks’ and ‘Geezas’
- A man known only as‘Mousey’
- A man known only as ‘Gungo’
- A man known only as ‘Phangie’
- A man known only as ‘Bomber’
- A man known only as ‘Neil’
- A man known only as ‘Kapus’
Those from York Avenue are:
- Lionel Johnson otherwise called ‘Lynie’
- Errol Johnson otherwise called ‘Muscle’
- A man known only as ‘Wrong Move’
- A man known only as ‘Junior Fire’
- A man known only as ‘Grant’and‘Badda’ and
- A man known only as ‘Dexter’
The Jamaica Constabulary Force, in the meantime, said anyone who can assist in locating any of the ‘Persons of Interest’ should contact the investigators at 876-923-7230, Crime Stop at 311, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
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