CJ : Police Seek Fugitive After Massive Firearms Seizure at Montego Bay Port

**Major Operation Leads to Seizure of Firearms in Montego Bay**

A joint operation conducted by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) resulted in a significant discovery of firearms at the Freeport Warehouse in Montego Bay, St James. This operation marks a crucial milestone in the fight against organized crime and illegal weapons trafficking within the Caribbean.

The JCF and JCA are now seeking an individual known by several aliases – CJ, Fugitive, and Shippy. This person of interest is believed to have ties to the intercepted cache of firearms. Authorities are urging CJ to present himself at the nearest police station by midday on February 14, as his cooperation could greatly assist in advancing the ongoing investigation.

The operation was triggered by the detection of irregularities in a shipment from Florida, USA. Utilizing advanced non-intrusive inspection technology, JCA officers identified anomalies within a blue plastic barrel destined for Bogue Village, Montego Bay. Prompted by these findings, the Contraband Enforcement Team conducted a thorough examination of the barrel’s contents.

In a shocking turn of events, the officers uncovered a total of 14 firearms and 15 magazines concealed among household items. The seized weapons include a Taurus Armas pistol, a Heckler & Koch VP9 pistol, a CZP 09 pistol, a Beretta APX pistol, a Glock 19 pistol, a Glock 17 pistol, a Glock 45 pistol, a Canik TP9 pistol, and a Glock pistol.

The success of this seizure can be attributed to the diligent application of intelligence and cutting-edge technology, showcasing the commitment of the JCF and JCA to safeguarding the nation against the influx of illegal arms. International law enforcement partners also played a vital role in providing valuable insights, emphasizing the importance of global cooperation in the fight against criminal networks.

Jamaican law enforcement remains dedicated to preventing the flow of illegal weapons into the country to ensure the safety and security of its citizens. The public is urged to share any information that may aid in advancing this and other investigations. Reports can be made to the Police Emergency at 119, Crime Stop at 311, the NIB Tip Line at 811, or the nearest police station.

The incident serves as a reminder of the ongoing battle against organized crime and the need for collaborative efforts to combat it. The dedication and vigilance of Jamaican law enforcement, coupled with the support of the public, will continue to play a vital role in maintaining peace and security within the nation.

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