Anguilla records 3rd murder for 2018 . Police solicit assistance in locating suspects 

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The Royal Anguilla Police Force is investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting incident which occurred in Garlin Bottom, Island Harbour on Wednesday 7th November, 2018 around 5:45pm.

As a result of the incident the victim Kittian National 35yr. old Lofton Foreman who resided in Sachasses received gunshot wounds to his upper body. He was transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital for medical attention where he was later pronounced dead.

As the Police continue their investigation into this matter they are soliciting the publics’ assistance in locating 31 yr. old Salim Richardson of The Copse, East End and 23 yr. old Shaquille Gumbs of Garlin Bottom, Island Harbour who are persons of interest in this ongoing investigation. The public is been asked to report any sighting of either persons to the police department. They are also advised not to approach any of them since they are both considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone having information about the whereabouts of either suspect are asked to call the Valley Police Station and speak to an officer from the Major Crimes Unit or any officer of their choice.

Additionally information can be sent via the RAPF Tips Website by logging on to www.gov.ai/911 which is a secured website.

The Commissioner of Police and members of the Royal Anguilla Police Force would like to extend sympathy to the grieved family and friends of the deceased.

A Family Liaison Officer has been appointed to the family.

Chrispen Gumbs, Insp.
PMRO
Royal Anguilla Police Force

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