Man Shot and Killed in Downtown Montego Bay

Jamaica Crime News: Man Shot and Killed in Downtown Montego Bay – One man was shot and killed by gunmen at the intersection of Kings Street and Union Street, in downtown Montego Bay, St James on Monday night, February 11th.

The police say they have not yet gotten an identity for the deceased.

The victim who is believed to be in his early twenties has bleached skin, sports plait hairstyle and is about 6ft tall.

He was clad in a dark T-shirt, ripped jeans pants,  white Marino and striped underpants.

Reports by the Barnett Street police are that shortly after 8:00 p.m., on Monday the victim was walking along lower Kings Street when he was ambushed by armed men, who shot him to his upper body.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, the scene was processed.

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