$25K reward on offer as investigation continues into double homicide



Police Continues Probe into Double Homicide


The police are continuing their probe into the circumstances surrounding a shooting incident in Grays that resulted in the death of two men.

It was reported that around 10:15 pm on Monday 23rd August, an unknown assailant opened fire on 32yrs-old Alexis Mussington of Cooks New Extension, leaving him with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body.

He was at Bridge Road, Grays Farm at the time of the incident.

It was further reported 45yrs-old Radradatt Ramlakhan, who lives in the said vicinity, was shot multiple times to his upper body from what is believed to be stray bullets that penetrated the wooden home he occupied with his wife.

Both men were taken to the Sir Lester Bird Medical Center by the Emergency Medical Services.

They were later pronounced dead by a medical doctor at 10:48 pm and 11:15 pm respectively.

The police are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious activities within the area before or after the incident to contact the Grays Farm Police Station at 462-0481 or the Criminal Investigations Department at 462-3913.

The public is further reminded of a reward of $25,000 that is still being offered to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of those involved in these heinous crimes.

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  1. Who is pictured? Which victim? That should be listed.

    What is the number of homicides in Antigua this year? That should also be mentioned.

  2. Police Commissioner,where is the News Conference? Two men were gunned down last night,in Grays Farm. It is allege that one died innocently in his home. We are awaiting some sort of communications from the Police publicly. Bridge Road,Grays Farm,an area I knew very well.

  3. Just look how police ah barl fu public assistance. After they gassed people and pursued them into the surrounding neighborhoods, they are now asking those same people to help them.

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