Some essential workers have raised concerns over being stopped during the COVID-19 curfew by police officers in plainclothes and unmarked vehicles.
A group of the workers, who asked not to be identified, contacted the NATION over what they said was a dangerous practice.
One man, who lives in the north of the island, said he was on his way home two nights ago when he was stopped by officers.
“One officer stood to the back of the car, and the other came to the window. He asked why I was outside and if I had a curfew pass, which I presented.
But it could have been anybody in that vehicle,” he said.