‘Bigga Crime’ urged to surrender after cops raid hideout

ST THOMAS, Jamaica — The police are urging Nesta ‘Bigga Crime’ Morrison to turn himself in after a raid of one of his alleged hideouts on Thursday yielded a massive gun and ammunition find.

Morrison is wanted for double murder, shooting with intent and arson.

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According to the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Morrison’s hideout in the 11 Miles area of St Thomas was raided on Thursday by a Joint Anti-Gang Task Force.

Three Firearms and over 120 rounds of assorted ammunition were reportedly seized.

Photo of guns seized at Bigga Crime hideout.

Several other items, including cellular phones, counterfeit US currency, bank cards and food items were reportedly found in the hideout.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Morrison is being asked to contact the Criminal Investigative Branch at 876-929-9256, Crime Stop at 311 or the JDF tip line at 876-837-8888.

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