6 Killed in MoBay in 24-Hour Period
Six people were reportedly killed by gunmen within a 24-hour period in Montego Bay.
The horrifying attacks took place between Thursday night and Friday night.
On Friday night, gunmen reportedly opened fire on a group at a shop in Paradise Acres. When the shooting subsided, the bullet-riddled bodies of 56-year-old Albert Ewan and 20-year-old Kenardo Woolery were found.
They were pronounced dead after being taken to hospital.
And on Thursday night four persons were killed when gunmen opened fire on a group of persons watching television at an eatery.
Former national footballer Devon Dunkley was among those killed in that incident.
St James’ murder tally since January 1 now stands at 41.
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