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Police probing two shooting incidents

Kobie Broomes, kobiebroomes@nationnews.com

Added 08 November 2018


Police are currently on the scene of a shooting incident at Sorrel Lane Eden Lodge St. Michael, which occurred about 3:15pm.

Reports are that two males were shooting at each other, but no injuries were reported. One male is in custody assisting with investigations.

Police also responded to reports of a shooting incident at Gall Hill Christ Church, which occurred, about 3:50pm. According to police a male complainant was at his home when four males in a Black motorcar drove up to his residence and shot at him. There are no reported injuries.

 Anyone who can provide any information that can assist us in these investigations are asked to contact Oistins Police Station at 418-2612, Crime Shoppers at 1800tips Police Emergency at 211 or the nearest Police Station


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