ACP Queeley wants Family Members and Friends to Report Known Instances of Criminal Behaviour

(ZIZ News) — Family members and friends of criminals are being asked to report known instances of criminal behaviour to the local police.

That call was made recently when the High Command of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force met with residents of Sandy Point in a town hall-styled meeting.

“A lot of us inside here are parents. A lot of us in here are brothers and sisters of persons having the guns and we know and we hide it for them too. Some of us hide it for them and if you’re so concerned about what is going to be happening report the guns to the police,” he explained.

“Find some measure of taking them off the street because that very gun might be coming back to haunt you or members of your family,” Queeley added.

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