Alleged J'can 'hitman' arrested in Bahamas

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Alleged J'can 'hitman' arrested in Bahamas

Friday, July 03, 2020

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NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) — Bahamas police have said that a “known” Jamaican hitman was arrested on Grand Bahama earlier this week.

The police said the man had travelled to the country to carry out a hit and that he is affiliated with the Jamaican gang “No Dollars No Cents”.

The suspect, a resident of August Town, St Andrew, was arrested at Victoria Inn.

“He is suspected of entering The Bahamas for the purposes of a contracted murder,” the police said in a statement.

“He is currently connected to a number of murders in Jamaica,” the statement added.

His name has not been released.


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