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2 shot dead on beach in Barbados

August 3rd, 2022 | Tags:
Роlісе hаvе іdеntіfіеd thе twо mеn whоѕе bоdіеѕ wеrе fоund on Tuesday іn Long Beach, Christ Church. Photo: Barbados Nation

Роlісе hаvе іdеntіfіеd thе twо mеn whоѕе bоdіеѕ wеrе fоund on Tuesday іn Long Beach, Christ Church.

According to police, the two men were identified by family members as Loris Malik Rasheed Gittens, 22, of 10B Bottom Close, Wildey, St Michael, and Michael Keenan Blackett, 27, of Block 2C Flat Rock, St George.

Police also indicated that Blackett was on bail having been charged for three separate murders, and Gittens was known for acts of violence.

The two bodies were discovered after police received a call about 11:13 a.m. on Tuesday, and residents in the nearby district reported hearing what sounded like gun shots around 11 p.m. on Monday.

Police investigations continue.

2 Responses to “2 shot dead on beach in Barbados”

  • WOW (04/08/2022, 10:41) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Three separate murders. Probably more uncovered. They messed with the wrong one obviously the people have family & friends from beyond the grave the victim's touch was felt.
  • The TRUTH (04/08/2022, 14:01) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Some so called bad man meet someone badder than them.

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