St James most wanted 'Mutumbo' killed by police
Oshayne 'Motumbo' Earle

ST JAMES, Jamaica- Police have confirmed that a man listed as wanted was shot dead during a confrontation with members of the security force on Wednesday.

The deceased has been identified as Oshayne 'Motumbo' Earle.

Police told OBSERVER ONLINE that Earle "was killed during an armed confrontation with members of CTOC during a targeted operation in Goshen, St Elizabeth earlier this evening".

The man was wanted for seven murders and was featured in this week's edition of the Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) Wanted Wednesday.

It is said that an illegal firearm was retrieved from his person.

Additionally, the police say a 14-year-old girl was "rescued by the team during the confrontation".

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