Myanmar national killed in MoBay

Myanmar national killed in MoBay

Friday, June 04, 2010

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POLICE in St James are investigating the murder of Myanmar national Hla Tun Aung, who was killed in Montego Bay today.

Aung is a 74-year-old retired bank manager.

Police report that about 12:00 noon, Aung was at the home of a relative in Ironshore when two men - one armed with a gun - entered and demanded money.

One of the occupants of the house managed to escape and made a report to the Coral Gardens Police. When the cops arrived on the scene they found Aung's body in the house with his throat was slashed.

Investigators reported that a number of items were removed from the house including a silver Sony laptop valued at J$30,000 and three cellular phone chargers.

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