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Members of the security forces in St Catherine on Friday, June 17, 2022, the day a state of public emergency was declared for the parish.
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Police are reporting that within the first 36 hours of the declaration of the State of Public Emergency in St Catherine, three wanted men have been apprehended.
In addition to the capture, two firearms, a submachine gun, and a revolver were seized.
Two of the men were held for sexual offences and the other for murder.
The names of wanted men are being withheld until charges are proffered.
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