Police renew appeal over Grier murder
Police have urged the public to come forward with information about the murder of Taylor Grier one year ago.
Mr Grier was fatally shot on July 27, 2018, while he was on Court Street, Pembroke.
A police spokesman said: “Two men on a motorcycle wearing dark clothing and full-face visor helmets descended south on Tills Hill in the area of Elliot Street.
“The gunman got off the motorcycle and approached a group of men congregating in the area and began to open fire, where Mr Grier was fatally shot.
“The crowd rapidly dispersed. The gunman and his accomplice then got onto their motorcycle and travelled north on Court Street turning east onto Angle Street before making good their escape.”
The spokesman added: “Police are appealing to witnesses or anyone who may have any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to contact Detective Sergeant Dean Martin at the Serious Crime Unit on 247-1739 or the independent and anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477.”
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