Both, along with a third, 24-year-old Clement Bowrin of Lodge, were in the house in which he and Whyte resided, when sometime around 7:30 p.m. – according to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Ian Queeley – armed gunmen entered the premises and opened fire on all, striking them multiple times.
ACP Queeley explained that when persons arrived on scene, Whyte and Bradley were found – one in the bathroom and the other in the living room, – Bradley appeared to be dead and Whyte was clinging to life. Bowrin, however – who reportedly was shot in the groin – according to Queeley, fled the scene after being injured and was subsequently transported to the Joseph N. France General Hospital via private transport where he remains.
He also indicated that the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was summoned to the scene and Whyte was transported to the JNF where he succumbed to his injuries. Bradley was pronounced dead by the District Medical Officer, Dr. Udo and was later removed form the home by Jenkins Funeral Home.
No suspects, according to MiyVue.com’s understanding, are in custody and the police are asking the public to assist them in solving this case.
Bradley’s and Whyte’s deaths have driven the homicide count in St. Kitts Nevis for the year, up to 11.