Negril, Westmoreland (McN) – The Decomposing bodies of the three men who went missing from the Sav-La-Mar area of Westmoreland on the afternoon of Saturday, January 14 have been discovered in the bushes in the West End Negril area on Tuesday afternoon.

The men who are believed to have been shot to death were discovered about 1:30 pm of Tuesday, following a massive search by the police and residents in the area.


The victims are identified as David Anthony Bennett, otherwise called (Chullups) – 22 year-old student of Seaton Cresent in Sav-La-Mar. He attends the Heart Intsitute at Petersfield.

The other missing man is Richard Davis, otherwise known as (Bean head) – 24 year-old laborer of also of Seaton Cresent, Sav-La-Mar.

The Third missing man is Romain Sweeney, otherwise called (Goat Head) – 24 years-old, also of the same address as Davis.

The Police reported that all three men who live closely together, left the community on Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm to buy paint.

The three men were last seen together at a bar and restaurant in Negril known as “Corner Bar.”

The men were reported missing to the Westmoreland Police, which launched a community and Police search for the men, leading to the location of their bodies.

Henry Bucknor

Special Investigator

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