dumb-init No such file or directory

I am trying to use dumb-init to run a script that tests a jetty servlet in my docker container, but whenever I try to call dumb-init it fails with the message:

local-test | [dumb-init] /var/lib/jetty/testrun.bash: No such file or directory

But if I use bash instead of dumb-init it happily runs. The file exists and has the correct permissions. I even stripped out the execution and just left the bang and an echo statement and it fails the same way. The script looks like:

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