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Police increase reward for capture of alleged cop killer

Published:Wednesday | January 20, 2016 | 3:08 PM

The Police High Command has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest and charge of Marlon Perry otherwise called 'Duppy Film' - the main suspect in the murders of two policemen in St Thomas in December.

According to the Constabulary Communication Unit, a $1.5 million reward is now being offered, up from $1 million.

The police have been seeking Duppy Film, of Phillipsfield, Yallahs, St Thomas since the December 22 double murder.

Corporal Kenneth Davis and Constable Craig Palmer were killed on the Poor Man’s Corner main road in St Thomas in a drive by attack.

Meanwhile, the high command has asked two men to immediately turn themselves in to the Yallahs Police.

They are 21-year-old Jason Foster of East Albion, St Thomas and Kevin Eldermire otherwise called ‘Harry Patta’ of a St Thomas address.

Anyone with information that can assist the Police in their investigations is being asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Branch headquarters at 922-4741 or 922-4487, the Yallahs Police at 982-5075 or Crime Stop at 311 or 811.

You may also use the Stay Alert App or call the Police 119 emergency number.