Another Fox Hill killing! Homicide count climbs to 40 as two more shootings occur in the capital!

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How come when Toggie and Bobo [the Save da Bays workers] went missing we had no incident?

Police needs your help in locating the man in the photo above. He is wanted in connection with a homicide.
Police needs your help in locating the man in the photo above. He is wanted in connection with a homicide.

Nassau, Bahamas – If yinner can’t see how homicides have climbed since Save Da Bays employees showed up back in the country then yinner gats to be blind.

Police are searching for the suspects responsible for two separate shooting incidents that have left two men dead and another detained in hospital.

In the first incident shortly after 10:00pm on Tuesday 12th April 2016, the victim along with a group of males were standing in front of a home located at Peek Street, Fox Hill, when a male armed with a handgun approached and shot him before fleeing on foot. The victim was rushed to hospital where he later died. Bahamas Press has identified that victim as 32-year-old Percy Sawyer jr of Johnson Road.

Then shortly after 6:00pm on Wednesday 13th April 2016, two men were driving in a blue Honda vehicle on Robinson Road, when the occupants of another vehicle pulled up and fired several shots at them before speeding off.

The driver of the Honda vehicle then drove to the Police Traffic Department on East West Highway, where the male passenger was pronounced dead. The driver was rushed to hospital where he remains in stable condition. Bahamas Press has identified that victim as 23-year-old Akeem Raheem Brennen of Cowpen Road.

Meanwhile police are seeking the public’s help in locating 20 – year old Deiondre Delvon Demeritte of Life Buoy Street who is wanted for questioning reference to murder. Demeritte is a dark brown [BLACK] male of a slim built about 6’ 0” in height.

Demeritte is considered to be armed and dangerous. Police advise the public not to approach him. Instead, contact police immediately with any information.

We report yinner decide!

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