deliveries, invited him to take payment from a wad of cash on a table inside the room.
Even on his day off, the bellhop said the young guest called his cellular phone, requesting that he appoint another trusted employee to carry out the services.
“Even if they are scammers, we wouldn’t know. They might look a certain way with the bleaching and certain dressing, but even if you think it, we can’t be sure, and you can’t just look at them and know. Even so, we still have to serve them. They are guests,” said ‘Sasha’, a female worker at a hotel on the Montego Bay Hip Strip.
While some member of the police force operating in St Police and soldiers patrolling sections of Montego Bay, St James.
James told The Sunday Gleaner that they also believe that criminals are hiding out in some hotels, a senior police officer close to the Montego Bay situation declined to comment on it.
“I can’t comment on that and you must understand why. If I do that, and it is indeed so, that would only tip them off,”