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(Jamaica Gleaner) The Manchester police are reporting that they have determined that the recent killing of 36-year-old taxi driver Dinval Whyte and 33-year-old salesman Garfield Morgan, in Mollison, Christiana, was a paid hit.

Head of the Manchester police, Superintendent Wayne Cameron, said Morgan's premises was searched recently and several items, including bootlegged rum and other items believed to be sold on the black market were found.

According to Cameron, Morgan was a target of the hired killers, while Whyte was killed because he was present at the scene when the gunmen struck.

Whyte and Morgan were killed last Sunday at approximately 12:25 p.m.

One body was found beside a taxi while the other was found inside a house.

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