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Hati-Criminality: Four alleged bandits, including a gang leader, killed in Port-au-Prince

  • March 21, 2024
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P-to-P, March 21, 2024 [AlterPresse] — Four alleged bandits, including the gang leader Makandal thus known, were killed on the morning of Wednesday March 20, 2024, in Pétionville (east of Port-au-Prince) and on rue Reinbold, on Route de Bourdon, in Port-au-Prince, during “a police intervention, reports the National Police of Haiti (Pnh), in a note consulted by the online agency AlterPresse.

Suspected bandits opened fire at Delmas 40 B on a police patrol, who had to quickly retaliate, killing three of them.

Two vehicles, in which the three individuals shot dead in Bourdon were located, were confiscated by the police.

At Delmas 95 and 97 (Pétionville districts), the gang leader Makandal thus known was killed in exchanges of fire with the Pnh, which declares to reiterate its commitment to fight against organized crime in all its forms, in order to create a climate of peace conducive to the well-being of the population.

For more than a week, the east of the capital of Haiti like other areas is under the influence of groups of armed banditswho kill, kidnap people and loot institutions, businesses and residences.

A police officer named Anel Noël was shot dead, in the middle of the day on Wednesday March 20, 2024, by armed men at Delmas 72, informed the National Union of Haitian Police Officers (Synapoha) on its account .

Seven lifeless bodies were found on the morning of March 20, 2024, in the town of Pétionvilleparticularly at Panamerican, Rebecca and Corlette streets.

Several lifeless bodies have already been discovered, on Monday March 18, 2024, at Panamerican Avenue in Pétionville. [emb rc apr 21/03/2024 12:50]