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Police list St James top five wanted men

Friday, January 19, 2018

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ST JAMES, Jamaica — The police have listed the top five most wanted individuals in the St James Division.

According to the police these suspects are wanted for several serious crimes, to include murder and are being urged to turn themselves in immediately.

Wanted are:

• Shaneil Lutan, 27-year-old of Farm Heights, St James; was convicted of two counts of murder and illegal possession of firearm, he however escaped police custody.

• Delano Wilmott, otherwise called 'Lane' or 'Prekeh Bwoy' of Mother Lane, Retrieve, St James; he is wanted for the murder of Mark Williams in 2016.

• Arnold Gayle, otherwise called 'Guy', is wanted for the murder of Christopher Currie in 2016.

• Nico Samuels, otherwise called 'Bowza', is wanted for a triple murder in St James in 2017.

• Christopher Boyd, otherwise called 'Plank', is wanted in connection with a double murder in St James in 2017.

Anyone with information that can assist the police in capturing these men are being asked to contact the Montego Bay Criminal Investigation Branch at 953-6191, Crime Stop at 311, via the tip-line at 837-8888, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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