Prime Suspect Being Sought for Bigga’s Murder

Jamaica Crime News, Montego Bay: Detectives attached to the Barnett Street and Freeport police stations, in Montego Bay, St. James, say they have identified a prime suspect in a shooting incident where one man was shot and killed, and another shot and injured at North Gully, in Orange Street, Montego Bay, on Thursday, April 18.

Investigators further stated that although they have pinpointed the shooter, they are not yet prepared to release his identity, but, they can confirm that he is now being sought in connection with the shooting death Romario Chin, otherwise called “Bigga” 28-year-old laborer of Paradise Rowe, also in North Gully.

Reports are that, shortly after 5:30 a.m. on Thursday, “Bigga” and the other man were standing with a group of men at a section of North Gully, known as Chuck Front.

While at the location, they were approached by a lone gunman, who opened fire hitting both men multiple times to their bodies. The gunman then made his escape in the area on foot.

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