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Two men were killed by gunmen at a bar in Dover, St Mary, on Thursday.
The deceased are 68-year-old Morris Forrester, otherwise called ‘Marro’, and 57-year-old Michael Harris, both from Dover in the parish.
Reports from the police are that about 6pm, residents heard explosions and summoned them.
On their arrival, both men were seen lying on the ground at a bar with gunshot wounds.
They were pronounced dead at hospital.
The police are probing the gun attack.
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