Suspects in murder of retired superintendent willing to co-operate

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The attorney representing three men held in relation to the fatal shooting of retired Superintendent of Police Anthony Tony Hewitt, says his clients will co-operate with police investigators.
 
Attorney-at-law Christian Tavares Finson said he accompanied the three men to the Constant Spring Police Station Monday afternoon. The attorney says a date is yet to be set for the men to undergo question and answer sessions, as well as identification parades. Two of the men had been listed as persons of interest by police.
 
 
 
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