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‘Sterling’ work by police Force

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‘Sterling’ work by police Force

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THE DEDICATION and professionalism of the police in apprehending two men in connection with the deaths of six young women during the firebombing of a Tudor Street, Bridgetown store has been lauded by Acting Attorney General Michael Lashley.
In a statement yesterday, Lashley highly commended the work of the Royal Barbados Police Force on behalf of the Government and people of Barbados, noting “the sterling work which it has done over the last ten days in responding so earnestly and swiftly to one of the most tragic crimes in our recent history”.
He said the apprehension of two individuals for the alleged criminal offences had truly demonstrated the dedication and professionalism of Commissioner Darwin Dottin and his team.
“We salute their expeditious and resolute work,” he said.
The Acting Attorney General also said he was sure that the news of the success of the police investigation had been well received by all Barbadians and, in this regard, he wanted to thank those members of the public who had bravely come forward and provided information.
He also thanked those agencies that had willingly cooperated with the police.
“Such assistance cannot be understated,” he said, offering condolences to the families of the six deceased.
“September 3, 2010, will remain a significant date in the minds of every Barbadian. While we mourn the deaths of the six young women, let us use this time to remember their families in our thoughts and prayers,” he concluded. (BGIS)