Most Wanted ‘Duppy Film’ Reportedly Killed By Police In St Thomas
Police reportedly killed one of Jamaica’s most wanted criminals during an operation in Port Morant in the parish of St Thomas earlier today (September 24).
Marlon ‘Duppy Film’ Perry was linked to murders, shootings, rapes and robberies committed in Kingston and St Thomas.
He was being sought in connection to the the murders of Corporal Kenneth Davis and Constable Craig Palmer.
Three firearms were also reportedly recovered from the scene during the operation.
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