Superintendent Wayne Cameron, head of the St. Andrew South Police
The police believe Kevin Brown, the Justice of the Peace and member of the People's National Party's young professional arm, the Patriots, who was killed along Chesterfield Drive in St. Andrew on December 11, was involved in a passport and visa racket.
Superintendent Wayne Cameron, head of the St. Andrew South Police, said 50 passports were found in Mr. Brown's possession.
He wants persons who have given passports to Mr. Brown to report to the Hunts Bay Criminal Investigations Branch.
He sad statements have already been collected from two persons whose passports were found in Mr. Brown's possession.
A post mortem is to be conducted Tuesday on Mr. Brown's body.
It was initially reported that he had been shot.
However, Superintendent Cameron, told RJR News that the circumstances which led to Mr. Brown's death are unclear.