Quick action by the police on Thursday afternoon prevented the attempted murder of a man by gunmen in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Radio Jamaica News was informed that the suspects were captured and a firearm seized.
The drama unfolded on the compound of the Friendship Primary School, however, no student was harmed.
It's reported that the man drove onto the compound of the school after suspecting that his vehicle was being trailed.
The vehicle, with the men aboard, followed him into the school yard.
The man reportedly managed to alert the St. Catherine North Police.
A quick response team rushed to his assistance and captured the suspects at the school.
Senior Superintendent Howard Chambers, head of the St. Catherine North Police, confirmed the incident, however, he told Radio Jamaica News that Deputy Commissioner in charge of Crime, Fitz Bailey, will speak further on the matter.