UPDATE: Heroes Circle triple murder victims identified
Combination photo of Tattiana Brown (left) and Deanna Green (right)

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Three people, who were shot and killed on Upper King Street in the vicinity of Heroes Circle in Kingston on Thursday evening, have been identified.

They are: 21-year-old Tattiana Brown of West Street, and 22-year-old Deanna Green of Law Street in the parish. The third person is 37-year-old Devroy Peart of Mitchell Drive in Portmore, St Catherine.

Reports from the Central Police are that about 10:40 pm, the deceased were travelling in a Honda Civic motorcar when they were intercepted by men in another vehicle.

READ: WATCH: Two women, taxi man shot dead in Kingston

OBSERVER ONLINE understands that the women were on their way to get their make-up done ahead of a party. It is believed that they were trailed by unknown assailants.

As the women attempted to exit the Honda Civic, gunmen alighted from the other vehicle and opened gunfire hitting all three occupants of the vehicle with bullets.

The police were summoned and all three people were seen with multiple gunshot wounds.

They were taken to hospital where they were pronounced dead.

Investigations are ongoing.

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