Superintendent Leighton Gray, head of Operations for the St. Catherine South Police division
Members of the St. Catherine South Police division are on high alert for criminals fleeing into Portmore and its environs from the State of Emergency in the neighbouring St. Catherine North division.
Superintendent Leighton Gray, head of Operations, said he and his teams have been conducting operations in search of wanted men, migrating to Portmore.
"We have stepped up our activities, especially at the entrances and exits coming from that end, both along Dumbleholden, Grange Lane, coming along the Dyke Road, as also coming from the Mandela Highway," he outlined.
In addition, he said his police division is continuing its 90-day anti-crime initiative by conducting raids and other snap operations.
Superintendent Gray said the St. Catherine South Police have been enjoying some success in its 90-day crackdown on criminal activities in Greater Portmore and its environs, which started on February 22.
He said at least four firearms have been recovered and three wanted men held, including one of the most wanted for the St. Andrew South division.