UPDATE: Missing St Andrew teacher found dead


UPDATE: Missing St Andrew teacher found dead

Thursday, April 25, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The police have confirmed that the body of missing St Andrew teacher, 41-year-old Samuel Martin was found in Clarendon this morning.

Martin, who has been missing Good Friday, April 19 was found in the Juno Gully at Juno Crescent in the parish.

Head of the Clarendon Police, Senior Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron Powell, said the body appears to be that of Martin based on the missing persons report that was made to the Matilda's Corner police in St Andrew on Saturday.

Powell said that the hands and feet of the body were bound.

More information later.

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