UPDATE: Partially decomposed body at Harmony Beach Park identified
Photo of Harmony Beach Park

ST JAMES, Jamaica- The police have identified the partially decomposed man who was found floating in the water at the Harmony Beach Park in St James on Tuesday.

He is Carlos Mathews, an employee of the organisation.

According to an OBSERVER ONLINE police source, Mathews was last seen alive on Sunday.

His body was found on Tuesday about 2:25 pm.

READ: Unidentified body found at Harmony Beach Park in St James

Marine officers and divers assigned to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) were called in to facilitate the recovery of his body.

Lawmen said that Mathews' death is a suspected drowning as there is no evidence of foul play.

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