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18 September 2014, 12:34 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Detectives in Nottingham have issued an international arrest warrant for a man in Jamaica who they think was involved in the killing of teenager Malakai McKenzie.
The 19-year-old was shot in Sherwood in April 2012, a man's serving 34 years for his murder.
Nottinghamshire Police are working with authorities in Jamaica and offering J$1 million (about £5,300) for information which leads to the arrest of Loandre Palmer who is thought to be in Kingston, Jamaica.
Detectives want to question Palmer in relation to the shooting of 19-year-old Malakai outside The Hubb, Sherwood, on Saturday 21 April 2012.
Reward for Information
In June last year gun man Cameron Cashin was found guilty of murder and is currently serving a prison sentence of 34 years. However, detectives believe Palmer was part of a group of men who carried out the killing.
Detective Chief Inspector Tony Heydon, who led the inquiry, said:
'A murder conviction against Cameron Cashin was secured last year and alongside this we have concentrated our efforts into bringing the other suspects before the court.
'Our intelligence leads us to believe Palmer is in Jamaica. We have worked with authorities in the country and issued an international arrest warrant but we haven't located him.
'We are seeking information on his whereabouts and the reward is offered for anyone who can provide us with information which leads to us locating and arresting him.'