St. Andrew Police Constables Implicated In $15 Million Dollar Robbery

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has once again suffered a terrible blow to what seems to be an ever-diminishing reputation as according to multiple news sources, two police officers attached to the St. Andrew South police department have been implicated in a $15 million dollar robbery of Chinese business operators.

On Wednesday, the two policemen from the Hunts Bay police in the St. Andrew South division were apprehended at the Norman Manley International Airport, where they were allegedly attempting to flee the island, as per reports.

It is alleged that the officers and their accomplices used skullduggery and trickery against the Chinese business operators in order to steal approximately $15 million in cash.

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The officers, who have not been identified to the public, are accused of going to the location and, along with three other men, defrauding both local currencies as well as US currency from the unknowing business operators who run a wholesale on the property.

A fake warrant said to have been issued by the Constant Spring police under suspicion of uncustomed goods was used to gain access to the establishment. The officers, dressed in plain clothes, then proceeded to search the wholesale and confiscate the money and an iPhone before escaping in their vehicle.

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In the meantime, law enforcement is on the lookout for the three other accomplices who were involved in the incident, and the police officers reportedly entangled in the criminal activities are scheduled to undergo an identification parade.

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