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Two charged with lottery scamming following operation in St. James

Two men have been charged with lottery scamming following special operations carried out by the Lottery Scam Task Force in Norwood, St. James on Tuesday.
 
They have been identified as 27 year old Sheldon Colquhoun otherwise called Shoppy of Blood Lane and 26 year old Nasville Prince Reynolds of Hendon Norwood, both in St. James.
 
Operations were carried out at houses occupied by the men.
 
During a search of Mr. Colquhoun's house, the police say files were seen with the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of persons living overseas. 
 
The police say during a search of Mr. Reynold's house, a cellular phone was found. 
 
It was reportedly analysed and found to contain evidence of lottery scamming.
 


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