2021-02-15 - 21:53:20 LOCAL |
SUSPECTED FIREARM FOUND IN HARLEM HEIGHTS AREA
Following reports last week that gunshots were fired at a house in Harlem Heights, area residents tell TNN a gun was found today in a garden in the neighbourhood. Residents say the gun was picked up by the person who was the target of last week's attack.
TNN has sought police for comment about these claims and is waiting for a response. Police last week reported that someone fired multiple shots at a house in the Harlem Heights area, but that no forensic evidence was found to confirm the incident.
A police spokesperson said then, patrols have been stepped up in and around Hamilton Parish to provide reassurance to residents of Harlem Heights and other neighbourhoods in that Parish.
Stay tuned to TNN for further updates on this breaking story.
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