Police say they are investigating an alleged threat on social media to disrupt this year’s Foreday Morning.
The post appeared to be threatening a blood bath to avenge a recent murder.
A statement from police spokesman, Acting Assistant Superintendent David Welch, says the force is taking the conversation seriously, and they will work with other law enforcement agencies and private security to provide a safe environment for all persons during the Crop Over season.
Lawmen are also calling on the public to provide them or Crime Stoppers with any information they may have on any criminal activity, or about anyone or any group of people who may want to disrupt an event.
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