St Andrew, Jamaica, (McN) — The police are confirming the arrested three men with the murder of Indian Native Rakesh Talreja, who was shot and killed on Thursday, February 9, during a robbery at his Cherry Gardens, St Andrew residence .
Reports are that on February 9, jewelry store worker, Talreja and a friend were at his home in Cherry Gardens, when four men entered his house and robbed them, then opened fire on the two men.
Talreja died, while his friend was treated at hospital and later released.
Investigators, say following-up on information, police reportedly went to the scene where a Nissan Tiida motorcar fitting the description of the motorcar allegedly used in the robbery and murder of Talreja, was located.
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During the operation, police intercepted the motorcar on Deanery Road in Kingston.
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The driver of the Nissan Tiida motorcar was immediately arrested.
Investigators were then led to an address in Kingston East, where two other men nabbed.
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