KINGSTON, Jamaica - Senior investigators probing the murder of attorney and university lecturer Clover Graham are awaiting the results of an autopsy which was done hours after her body was found with the throat slashed at the Caymanas Polo Club in St Catherine yesterday.
Graham's daughter reported her as missing on Saturday evening.
The deceased's motorcar was found Saturday night, following a crash in the Waltham Park Road area of Kingston.
Witnesses reported seeing three men running away from the vehicle after the collision.
A special team, comprising detectives from the St Catherine South Police Division and the Major Investigation Task Force, is following several leads into the death of the 56 year old lawyer.
Graham worked as a Lecturer at the University of Technology, and an Administrator at the Norman Manley Law School's Legal Aid Clinic.
She also worked as the United Nations High Commission on Refugees - UNHCR's - honourary liaison officer in Jamaica.
Her son Taiwo McKenzie and his girlfriend Jhanel Whyte had their throats slashed in 2008 by men who demanded a ransom after a motor vehicle crash.
Two men - Andre Ennis and Shane Brown- were found guilty in June of the murders and will be sentenced in September.