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Wayne Marshall's father suffers heart attack
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Professor Nuts' Nissan Skyline stolen in Portmore

Professor Nuts' Nissan Skyline stolen in Portmore Featured

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Veteran dancehall artiste and judge for the popular Jamaican talent search programme, Magnum King & Queen of Dancehall, is now seeking the help of the police and anyone who may have information to help him retrieve his stolen Nissan Skyline R32 motor car.  



According to Professor Nuts, it's not the typical color as it changes shade in certain lighting conditions. The motor car also sports custom built interior with chrome rims.

The car was last seen in Portmore St. Catherine on December 18th. If seen; please contact 431-3118 or 467-9721 or the nearest police station.

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