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St James: Cambridge Farmer Shot to Death

St James: Cambridge Farmer Shot to Death

St James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Cambridge Farmer Shot to Death: The police in Cambridge St James are conducting investigations into the shooting death of a farmer in the area on Wednesday night.

The victim has been identified as 31-yr-old David Tucker, otherwise called “Bongo”, farmer of Rosemount District in Cambridge.

Reports are that shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, two gunmen, one of whom wore a mask went to the home of the farmer and held up two females who were at the house at gunpoint. The gunmen then asked of Tucker’s whereabouts, and when they learnt that he was not at home, they started to search the house for cash. Minutes later Tucker drove home in his motor car and immediately one of the gunmen went outside and shot him to death.

The men returned to the house, then robbed the two female occupants of the house and escaped in a waiting motor car.

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