Police Launch Manhunt For 2 Men Who Robbed St. Thomas Petrol Station


Detectives assigned to the St. Thomas Division have launched a manhunt for two men who reportedly robbed a petroleum service station on the Golden Grove Main Road in the parish on Sunday.

In a release yesterday, the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit said reports from the Morant Bay Police are that about 9:30 a.m., a police team responded to a report of a robbery at the service station.

According to the CCU, the robbers reportedly challenged the Police team by firing shots at them.

The police say a confrontation ensued and the men escaped in a car that was parked close by.

According to the CCU, the robbers left behind a Heckler & Koch 9mm pistol, which was seized by the Police. It also says the getaway car was later found abandoned in a cane field.

Persons with information that can assist investigators are being asked to contact the Morant Bay Police at 876-982-1027, Crime Stop at 311or the Police 119 emergency number.


Tyrone Reid is a multi-award winning investigative journalist, Jamaica’s Journalist of the Year for 2015 and a two-time United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Caribbean Media Award recipient. Reid is undoubtedly in enviable company as his investigative works have been awarded in print, television and radio. He is also the journalist who has won the most individual awards from the coveted Jamaica Broiler’s Group Fair Play Awards. Reid is currently the News and Current Affairs Editor at Nationwide News Network and also one of the Region’s leading investigative journalists.

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