2 Grand Bahama males dead after shooting & stabbing incident
By Walter Henderson, RBPF
Apr 3, 2018 - 9:47:28 AM
Freeport, Grand Bahama - Police in Grand Bahama, are investigating a shooting, and stabbing incident that has left two (2) males dead, and several persons with injuries.
Reports are, that on Monday 2nd April 2018, sometime after 7:00pm, police were called to the Xanadu beach area, where they received reports that an altercation occurred at a birthday party which resulted in several persons being stabbed and one (1) individual being shot. Investigations revealed, that two (2) males later died at the Rand Memorial Hospital as a result.
An individual is in custody assisting police with their investigation into this matter.
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