Nassau, Bahamas — Two days after two shootings in the capital, police are still actively searching for the perpetrators.
The latest incident unfolded at 7 o’clockth Street, Globe, Monday after 9pm.
“When police arrived, they met two men suffering from gunshot wounds. One was injured on the scene and the other was taken to the hospital under close police surveillance. It was placed, “Supt said. Audrey Peters, Police Press Liaison.
“Police are currently following some leadership and will eventually need to draw some conclusions on this issue.”
Less than 12 hours later, police were called to another murder scene after 11:00 am at a gas station at the intersection of Madeira and McKee streets.
The victim is believed to be in his forties and was employed at a gas station through the Bahamas Correctional Services Bureau’s (BDOCS) work placement program.
Officials said prisoners would be released from prison shortly before being shot dead on Monday morning.
“He was at the pump when he approached from a lone shooter who shot him many times around his body, after which the criminal walked into the surrounding community,” said the Assistant Commissioner. .. Michael Johnson, Head of the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CID).
Authorities have not released official identification documents for the two men shot dead on Monday.
Deputy Police Secretary Clayton Fernander claimed at a weekly press conference of the Royal Bahamas Police (RBPF) on Monday that authorities were seriously invading the fight against crime.
“Looking at March, there were one after another every other day, but they (criminals) see us and feel us there,” he insisted.
On his side, St. Burnabus MP Chanen Don Cartwright said Witness news The government must take a more aggressive approach in the fight against crime.
“This is not a political issue. We have to meet, bring together all the stakeholders, and get together. This is happening too often and these incidents follow. I’m sure the citizens are more worried because they are, “he said.
Cartwright points out that the government recently held a criminal conclave to develop strategies on how to deal with the rise in crime, and how effective these talks are in addressing current social issues. I wondered.
“It was a good first step, but the country is still waiting for a comprehensive plan,” Cartwright said.
“People don’t want as much optics as they want tactics.”
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