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Thursday, February 28, 2013    

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The Ministry of Tourism, through the Tourism Enhancement Fund, yesterday donated 15 motor vehicles to the Jamaica Constabulary Force for use in tourist resort areas. The vehicles, acquired at a cost of $28.2 million, will be deployed to the parishes of Trelawny, St James, Hanover, Westmoreland and

St Mary. Here Tourism Minister Wykeham McNeill (left) speaks with (from right) Police Commissioner Owen Ellington, Security Minister Peter Bunting, Junior Tourism Minister Damion Crawford, and Police Deputy Superintendent Marlon Dietrich following the handing over.

(Photos: Collin Reid)

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