St. Andrew, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- Attack On Bobo Hill: Police are now investigating an attack in Bull Bay, St. Andrew up by the Bobo Hill Rastafarian camp.
It has been reported that around 7 am on Friday, October 6, 2017, a man showed up to the residents with complaints that someone on the compound had killed his goat. However, members of the religious group reportedly denied this accusation. The man, on the other hand, was not pleased with the response so he set ablaze the guard house on the compound as well as their place of worship and two houses that belong to two of the most respected and highly decorated senior figures.
They were having a meeting which was disrupted at the time of the attack. Despite their attempts to subdue the fire, they lost some buildings on the property which were completely destroyed by the fire.
The Bull Bay Police are working hard to find the man who is responsible for this attack.
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Written by: Mikayla Simpson
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