Police urge 10 ‘persons of interest’ to surrender

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said detectives in the St Andrew South Police Division have listed 10 ‘persons of interest’ who should surrender by 6 o’clock Monday evening, November 12.

It did not specify the cases in which the men are being sought.

Those who should surrender are:

Christoper Raphael, otherwise called ‘Horace’.

Odane Powell, otherwise called ‘Bounty’ and ‘Odo’.

Michael Caldwell, otherwise called ‘Dutty Cup’or ‘Tuff Ackee’.

Roy Powell, otherwise called ‘Chullups’.

Rushane McDonald, otherwise called ‘Randy’.

Gavin Owen, otherwise called ‘Ratty’.

Nicholas Redwood, otherwise called ‘Nick’.

A man known only as ‘Miguel’.

Romario Knuckles, otherwise called ‘Bigga’.

Kirk Campbell, otherwise called ‘Gunman’.

“These men are critical in ongoing investigations,” the JCF said. “All efforts by detectives to ascertain their whereabouts have so far failed. They are therefore being asked to make contact with the Hunts Bay Police by 6pm Monday, November 12.”

The JCF, in the meantime, stated that anyone knowing the whereabouts of the men should contact Hunts Bay Police at 876-923-7111, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.


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