Police ‘making progress’ in nabbing men who beat teacher

Wednesday, October 03, 2012 | 11:38 AM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - The police have not yet identified the two men who perpetrated a brutal attack on a teacher at the Dunrobin Primary school on Monday.

However, head of the Community Safety and Security branch at the St Andrew Central Police Division Sergeant Florene Clarke said the cops were making progress.

"We are still investigating but we are confident that the guilty parties will soon be brought to book," Clarke said.

A grade-six teacher was kicked and stomped in the face by her attackers who fled the scene and escaped in a waiting motorcar.





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