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Tesha Miller not on wanted list, but is a person of interest - police

Published:Wednesday | August 10, 2016 | 8:08 PM
Tesha Miller

Communication officer with the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Stephanie Lindsay says alleged Clansman leader Tesha Miller is still being considered a person of interest despite his refusal to surrender himself to the police.

Lindsay was responding to questions about whether Miller is now being considered a wanted man in light of the alleged manhunt that was launched by the police.

 

Communication officer with the (JCF) Stephanie Lindsay

Miller was asked to turn himself in by midday yesterday to the Major Investigation Division in Spanish Town.

They want him to answer questions in connection to several murders in the area and in Portmore, St Catherine.

Lindsay says the police will be taking additional steps to ensure that Miller is taken in.