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Police Commissioner: Clarendon Plane Crash Under Trans-national investigation

Published 3 February, 2021


Buckie Got It, St. Kitts and Nevis News Source

Posted by Stevian Simmonds

Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson says the Police know the identities of the individuals who piloted the twin-engine aircraft that crash-landed in Rocky Point, Clarendon on January 23.

He made the disclosure while addressing a JCF virtual media conference yesterday.

Commissioner Anderson did not reveal the names or nationalities of the occupants.

But he says it’s now the subject of a Trans-national investigation.

Major General Anderson also said the 12 seater plane wasn’t destined for Jamaica.

Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson.

It’s still unclear how the plane crashed at the White Sand Beach.

The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority says the plane was de-registered.

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