KINGSTON, Jamaica — As the police intensify their manhunt for members of the St Thomas gang who shot and killed Corporal Kenneth Davis and Constable Craig Palmer in the parish on Tuesday night, a video has surfaced showing the alleged mastermind behind the deadly attack.
The 48-second video clip shows the man identified by police sources as Marlon Perry, otherwise called ‘Duppy Film’, holding what appears to be an M16 rifle in an undisclosed dwelling. The man appears in a khaki-coloured pants and is shirtless. He makes several comments that are inaudible, but is shown proudly displaying the high-powered weapon while also showing off several tattoos on his arms and sections of his shoulder. The Police High Command is offering a million-dollar reward to anyone who can give reliable information leading to the arrest and charge of the individuals involved in the gun slaying.
In the meantime, the following men, including Perry, are being asked to immediately turn themselves in to the Yallahs police in relation to the double murder:
• Jason Foster, 21, of East Albion, St Thomas; and
• A man known only as ‘Patta’, also of a St Thomas address.
According to reports, the two lawmen were murdered by men who opened gunfire at them while they were playing dominoes with friends. 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, Yallahs police at 982-5075, Crime Stop at 311, 811, Stay Alert App, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station. Checks are being made to verify the authenticity of the video.
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