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RBPF Grand Bahama: Police investigating a shooting incident that has left a male dead - Industrial Accident
By Terecita Pinder, RBPF
Jan 7, 2018 - 7:20:32 AM
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Homicide – Grand Bahama
Freeport, Grand Bahama - Police in Grand Bahama are also investigating a shooting incident that has left a male dead.
Reports are that on Saturday 6th January 2018 shortly after 11:00pm, police were called to a Shopping Plaza on Sea Horse Road where a male was shot several times about the body. EMS personnel were called to the scene and pronounced that there were no signs of life. Two males are in police custody and are assisting police with their investigation into this matter. Police are actively investigating.
Industrial Accident – Grand Bahama
Police in Grand Bahama are investigating an apparent industrial accident that has left a male hospitalized in serious condition.
are that on Saturday 6th January 2018, shortly before 11:00pm, police
and EMS personnel were called to a business establishment on West
Atlantic Drive where a male reportedly fell of a scaffold. He is listed
in serious condition at the Rand Memorial Hospital. Police are actively
investigating this matter.
APPEALING TO THE PUBLIC TO SHARE INFORMATION ON ANY ILLEGAL/SUSPICIOUS
ACTIVITIES IN THEIR COMMUNITIES, NO MATTER HOW SMALL OR INSIGNIFICANT
(THE TIP) MAY SEEM, MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE URGED TO ANONYMOUSLY
CONTACT THE POLICE AT 919 OR CRIME STOPPERS AT 328-TIPS (8477) (NEW
PROVIDENCE) OR 1-242-300-8477 (FAMILY ISLANDS)
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