UPDATE: Minor injuries for soldiers in Clarendon operation where 6 persons of interest wiped out

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UPDATE: Minor injuries for soldiers in Clarendon operation where 6 persons of interest wiped out

Sunday, August 02, 2020

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CLARENDON, Jamaica— Two Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) soldiers received minor injuries during an early morning targeted raid in Clarendon today.

It is reported that a 15-member joint police/military team was carrying out an operation in Buzz Rock, Clarendon when a gun battle broke out between them and gunmen.

During the attack, a JDF officer was grazed by a bullet on his right shin, and another, damaging his helmet.

The police said six persons of interest were killed during the attack and three weapons— an M16 rifle, a AK47 assault rifle, a shotgun and 60 assorted rounds of ammunition were seized.

Read more:6 killed in Clarendon operation


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