The Wait-A-Bit police in Trelawny have commenced an investigation into the deaths of two men whose bodies were found in the rubble of a burnt-out two-bedroom house in the town last Friday.
One of the deceased has been identified as Denvil Brown, otherwise called ‘Ken’ or ‘English’, mechanic of Green Town district, in Wait-A-Bit, while the other man is suspected to be his brother, who residents call ‘Bitterman’, of Allsides district, also in Trelawny.
Reports by the Wait-A-Bit police are that shortly after 10 a.m., residents in Green Town saw fire coming from a section of the dwelling occupied by Brown, and raised an alarm.
POLICE WERE SUMMONED
The fire department and the police were summoned. On their arrival, the house was seen engulfed in flames. As firefighters were carrying out cooling-down operations, they discovered the two remains in one of the bedrooms.
Commanding officer of the Trelawny police, Superintendent Kirk Ricketts, said that the police are awaiting a post-mortem to determine the cause of death of the individuals.
“Also at this stage we have not ruled out foul play, and we also understood that another person sleeps there sometimes, but we still have not yet confirmed the identities, and we are proceeding with our investigations,” he said.