8 Gay men in custody for robbery
Eight gay men who are suspected to be involved in a string of robberies in the New Kingston area were taken into custody at the Half Way Tree Police Station earlier today.
According to police, a one-hour joint operation conducted by the New Kingston Police Post, the St Andrew Central Division and Delta Special Operations started at 12:00 pm on Antigua and Trafalgar Roads and concluded on Dumfries and Ruthven Roads.
The officers apprehended and searched the men who live in a close by gully and discovered several items of stolen property.
The police also listed five other men suspected to be involved in the recent robberies as ‘Persons-of-Interest’.
The men, only known by their aliases, are ‘Marlene Malaboo-Forte’, ‘Michelle’, ‘Pebbles’, ‘Goodas’ and ‘Bat Man’.
These men or anyone knowing their whereabouts are being asked to contact the New Kingston Police Post at 926-3508, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.
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