Police identify reggae star Peter Tosh's killers (1987)
Police identify reggae star's killers KINGSTON, Jamaica Police have identified three gunmen suspected of killing reggae star Peter Tosh and another man and wounding five people during a robbery but no arrests have been made, a source said Sunday., The source, who is close to the investigation but spoke with the condition of anonymity, said police were posted at the island's points of exit in case the suspects try to flee the country. Police said the Friday night killings happened during a robbery, but the source said detectives have not ruled out other possibilities. Tosh and the other victims apparently knew the killers, the source said. He declined to give the names of the suspects. Tosh, who along with Bob Marley and The Wailers helped make Jamaica's reggae music known internationally, internationally, was shot at his home. Police said three men arrived on motorcycles and forced their way in, demanding demanding that Tosh give them money. The robbers ordered the seven people in the two-story two-story two-story house to lie face down on the floor, ransacked the building and when they found nothing shot the victims, according to police.