Man's decomposing body found in Westmoreland home

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Man's decomposing body found in Westmoreland home

Friday, January 18, 2019

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WESTMORELAND, Jamaica — The police have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a Westmoreland tour operator whose decomposing body was found at his home yesterday.

According to police reports, the tour operator, 64-year-old Clive Bernard, otherwise called 'Buffalo' of Llandilo Phase 4, Savanna-la-Mar in the parish was found after a tenant living at the premises detected a foul odour and went in search of the source.

Bernard's body was subsequently found, however, forensic crime scene investigators found no marks of violence on his body when the scene was processed.

The CCU said a post mortem would be done to determine how the investigation would proceed.

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