Police seek help identifying two bodies found in St James

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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ST JAMES, Jamaica — Detectives assigned to the Montego Bay Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the bodies of two men that were found in separate areas of the parish yesterday.

In the first incident residents stumbled upon the body of a man in bushes on Parrot Beach, along the Lilliput main road with several chop wounds about 5:00 pm.

It is of dark complexion, slim build and is believed to be in its thirties. It was clad in a green merino and jeans.

A second man's bullet-riddled body was found about 10:15 pm lying on its back in Johnson Hill, Glendevon, after residents reported hearing gunshots and summoned the police.

The deceased, who is believed to be about 40 years old, is of brown complexion and medium build and was sporting a low cut hairstyle. The police said the body was about 175 centimetres (5 feet 9 inches) long and was clad in a white T-shirt and multi-colour shorts.

Anyone who can assist the Montego Bay CIB in their investigations is being asked to contact them at 953-6191, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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