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He’s a Vincentian visitor! Identity of RT murder victim now discovered

He’s a Vincentian visitor! Identity of RT murder victim now discovered

The police have now ascertained the identity of the man murdered in the parking lot across from UP’s Cineplex two weeks ago on Sunday, February 12.
He has been identified as 23-year-old Jahkeem Christopher of St Vincent and the Grenadines who was visiting the BVI.

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) said in a media release moments ago that he was positively identified by family members residing on Tortola.

“Detectives have so far charged one man, Hasani Frett, 37, of Greenland in his death. Frett faces the charges of murder, inflicting grievous bodily harm and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life,” the RVIPF stated.

When Frett appeared before Magistrate Kadeen Palmer recently, the court learned that the accused man was not the shooter in the fatal incident. Frett is currently on remand at His Majesty’s Prison in Balsam Ghut.

In the meantime, RVIPF said, “detectives are aware that other persons were involved in the murder and are therefore seeking any information that could help with identifying the other assailants.”

“Persons can contact Crimestoppers tipline number anonymously at 800-8477 or 1-284 800-8477. Alternatively, persons can call 368-9345,” the police added.

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