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MAN SHOT BY POLICE IN LANGLEY PARK SUCCUMBS TO INJURY

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On Saturday August 1, 2020, between 2:00 am and 3:00 am, a group of Police Officers were returning from a function when they saw the deceased, Juń Abbott who is known to the Police, walking along the Langley Park Public Road. He had what appeared to be a gun in his right hand.

The Police alighted the vehicle, identified themselves to the deceased and shouted “Stop and drop your weapon”. The deceased did not obey the Police command, but instead – turned around and open fire at the Police.

The Police returned fire and the deceased began to run. The Police gave chase after the deceased. Upon reaching in front of his place of abode, the deceased turned around and again opened fire at the Police. The Police returned fire and shot the deceased in his right thigh.

The deceased then ran to the back of his house, scaled two walls and escaped from the Police. A party of Police Officers from the Georgetown Police Station later joined in on the search for the deceased. His body was subsequently found in some bushes approximately four hundred (400) yards from his house.

A postmortem examination will be carried out on the deceased to ascertain the cause of death. A Coroner’s Inquest will also be conducted to look into circumstances under which the deceased died.

Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John expresses condolences on behalf of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police (RSVGPF) to the family and friends of the deceased.

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