RJR News has been informed that investigators have discovered that one of the firearms taken from the body of wanted man Marlon "Duppy Flim" Perry who was killed by the police a month ago belonged to a licenced firearm holder.
The police are now investigating the firearm holder and trying to ascertain how his gun ended up in Duppy Flim's possession.
According to information reaching RJR News, the firearm was not reported lost or stolen. It's understood that the Firearm Licensing Authority, FLA, has taken an interest in the matter.
Duppy Flim was fatally shot by the police on September 4 during an operation in Port Morant, St Thomas. Two pistols and an AK 47 rifle were seized.