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Montague urges 'well-thinking' Jamaicans to come forward with information on cop killers

Published:Saturday | February 25, 2017 | 2:32 PM
Montague says the killing once again demonstrates that criminals have lost all respect for the sanctity for human life.

The Minister of National Security Robert Montague has expressed outrage at the killing of a police Sergeant in Gregory Park, St Catherine yesterday.

Fifty-year-old police Sergeant Neville Bryan was attacked by two armed men and shot all over his body while seated in his private motorcar at a party.

Sergeant Bryan was attached to the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Emergency Communication Centre.

Montague says the killing once again demonstrates that criminals have lost all respect for the sanctity for human life.

As a result, he says the government is committed to ensuring that persons who engage in criminal acts face the justice they deserve.

He appealed to the residents of Gregory Park and all well-thinking Jamaicans who have information about Sergeant Bryan’s killing to contact the police through the emergency number 119, the nearest police station or through the Stay Alert App.