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Wednesday Jan 03
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Detectives from the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC) on Wednesday seized three firearms and arrested two men in an operation in Oliver Gardens, May Pen, Clarendon.
The operation saw the team conducting raids at two locations in the area.
Early reports indicate that the operation is part of a targeted effort to clamp down on illegal firearms and criminal activities in the area. The police said Wednesday morning that the operation was ongoing, and that law enforcement officials were still on the scene.
The identities of the individuals in custody have not yet been released.
The police said the operation is a part of the broader strategy of the Jamaica Constabulary Force to address and reduce crime across the nation.
Authorities on Wednesday morning urged the public to avoid the area as the operation continues and to remain vigilant.
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