” MUSSU ” SHOT TO DEATH BY ARMED ROBBERS

22-year-old, Kevin Hinds otherwise called ” Mussu ” an electrician of Annandale Avenue in Kingston 20, was shot and killed by a group of armed robbers on Friday, February 8th.

Reports by the Duhaney Park police are that about 10:20 p.m., Hinds and two other men were unloading electronic equipment from a truck when they were ambushed by three armed men.

The men proceeded to rob the three men of cash and the electronic equipment, before opening fire hitting Hinds to his upper body.

The men then escaped in the area, followed by which the police were summoned, and upon their arrival, Hinds was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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