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Schoolboys among seven being sought in Flanker motorcade attack

Published:Wednesday | February 10, 2016 | 2:31 PM
Jamaica Labour Party supporters look on as the police secure the area where a motorcade was attacked leaving one person dead.

The St James Police are seeking seven people including schoolboys in relation to yesterday’s attack on a JLP motorcade in St James which left one man dead.

Among those being sought is the brother of Javin ‘Javinci’ Campbell, one of the men who was killed in a shooting at Sunday’s JLP rally in Sam Sharpe Square.

Head of the St James police Senior Superintendent Steve McGregor identified him as Crime Face.

 

Head of the St James police Senior Superintendent Steve McGregor

SSP McGregor is appealing to the parents and relatives of these men to hand them over to the police.

In the meantime, the police have identified the man who was killed in yesterday’s shooting as Mark Anthony Tate, otherwise called Diego.

Three other people who were part of a political motorcade on Kodak Street in Flanker were also injured and 12 motor vehicles damaged.

The police have said they gave no permission for any motorcade in the community and that they expressly warned the JLP against holding one.