Two Westmoreland Gunmen Being Sought For Murder and Shooting 

Jamaica Crime News, Westmoreland: The Negril Police in the parish of Westmoreland say they are now combing sections of the parish in search of two men, who they say are behind the shooting death of another man, as well as, the shooting and wounding of another in the parish on Sunday night of July 8th.

Investigators further stated that the gunmen are both believed to be from the Negril areas and are known violent producers.

These men are now being sought in connection with the murder of  Donhugh Whittle,  otherwise called “Bimma” 22-year-old unemployed of Negril in Westmoreland.

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The other victim who was also shot and injured during the attack is presently still at hospital in serious but stable condition.

Reports by the Negril police are that about 10:15 p.m. on Sunday, Whittle and the other man were walking along Bonito Crescent in Negril when a grey Toyota Axio motor car drove up to them.

The vehicle stopped and two men armed with handguns jumped out and opened fire hitting both men to their upper bodies.

The gunmen made there escape in the waiting motor car while the police were summoned and upon arrival, the wounded men were transported to the Savanna-la-mar hospital where Whittle was pronounced dead and the other man admitted.

 

Featured image: Donhugh Whittle

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