The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said a two-day curfew is in effect in Central Village, St Catherine South Police Division.
It started at 6 o’clock Wednesday evening (November 14) and will end at 6pm on Friday.
The JCF said: “During the hours of the curfew, all persons within the boundaries of the curfew are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorized in writing by the ground commander.”
The boundaries of the curfew are:
NORTH: Along Nelson Mandela Highway from the dirt road to Andrews Lane
EAST: Along Andrews Lane from Nelson Mandela Highway to the Rio Cobre bank at the southern boundary
SOUTH: Along the Rio Cobre River bank from Andrews Lane to the dirt road at the western boundary
WEST: Along the dirt road from the southern boundary to Nelson Mandela Highway
NORTH: Along an imaginary line approximately 662 metres from the football field at Zambia to Windsor Heights Road
EAST: Along Windsor Heights Road from the northern boundary to Nelson Mandela Highway
SOUTH: Along Mandela Highway from Windsor Heights Road to the western boundary
WEST: Along the football field at Zambia from Nelson Mandela Highway to the northern boundary
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