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Saturday Apr 16
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A policeman has been shot and killed in Westmoreland.
The policeman, reportedly a constable, was assigned to the Little London Police Station.
It is understood that he was killed at a bar in Chantilly in the parish. The police did not disclose his identity but confirmed that he was killed about 8:50 pm on Good Friday.
More information later.
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“I wish to publ