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Man Quizzed Over Shooting, Arrests Made Over Boat Tragedy

Police are questioning a 31 year old male of Kemp Road in connection with a shooting incident that has left a 29 year old male in hospital.

The incident reportedly occurred around 9:30 pm on Friday in the drive through line at a business establishment on Bernard Road.

Preliminary reports indicate that the victim was a passenger inside a blue Honda vehicle when another male attempted to open the door.

It is reported that the culprit on realizing the door was locked, fired gunshots at the vehicle which resulted in the male being shot.

The victim was taken to hospital via private vehicle where he is detained in critical condition. Active police investigations continue.

POLICE ARREST MAN FOR BURGLARY

Police are questioning a 24 year old male of Eneas Street off East Street reference to burglary.

The incident reportedly occurred shortly before 6:00 am on Saturday 16th June, 2012 at a residence at Coral Lakes.

Officers of Rapid Strike arrested the suspect around 11:00 pm on Saturday 16th June, 2012 at East Street. Active police investigations continue.

POLICE INVESTIGATE ALLEGED ABDUCTION

Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating two men responsible for an alleged abduction.

The incident reportedly occurred around 5:35 pm on Friday.

Preliminary reports indicate that the victim was sitting in his vehicle at Cowpen Road when he was approached by two men, both of whom were allegedly armed with handguns.

It is reported that the culprits robbed the victim of his 2008 Kia Sorento L/P 201261, tied him up and took him to South Beach where he was discovered around 7:15 pm on Saturday.

The 51 year old male was taken to hospital via EMS personnel where he is detained in stable condition. Active police investigations continue.

UPDATE BOATING INCIDENT AT ABACO

In reference to the boating incident which occurred on Sunday 10th June, 2012 at Abaco, police wish to inform that a number of people have been taken into custody and charges are expected to be brought against them.

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