St Ann Mechanic Killed: Shot, Chased – Shot Some More Until Dead

Jamaica News, February 16, 2017

St Ann, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) — St Ann Mechanic Killed: St Ann Police are reporting the murder of a mechanic in Mount Edgecombe in Runaway Bay, St Ann on Thursday morning. He was shot-up in his home and outside of his home as he tried to escape death.

The victim is identified as 30-year-old Narado Ebanks, also known as ‘Fred’, of a Mount Edgecombe address.

St Ann Mechanic Killed: According to police, at about 3:40 a.m., two gunmen wearing masks kicked in the front door of Ebanks’ house in Runaway Bay, in the parish of St Ann and entered with a hail of gunfire. He ran out of the house in a bid to escape his death, but the gunmen reportedly chased him and continued to shoot at him.

Ebanks collapsed in the street after being shot several gunshots.

The police were summoned to the gunfire and at their arrival, Ebanks was found lying along the roadway in a pool of blood with multiple gunshot wounds to the head and upper body.

Police investigators say they have not established a motive for the Ebanks shooting murder.

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