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Bodies found in Dallas River Identified
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Jamaica Crime News: The Papine police in St Andrew, say they have now made a breakthrough into the identities of two men, whose bodies were discovered floating in the Dallas River, on Sunday morning, January 20th.

The police have given their identities as 25-year-old, Reynold Kerr, of Arcadia in Kingston, and a Montego Bay address in St. James, along with Akiele Davis, who is also 25-year-old, and he resides at Lydford Housing Scheme in St Ann.

At the time of the discovery, Investigators stated that the victims were both of dark complexion,  medium built, and about 6-feet tall.

According to the police, one of the victims who had a bearded face was clad in a yellow shirt, dark colored shorts, and a pair of white and blue sneakers.  He also had vitiligo at the right side of his eyes

The other victim who sports a low haircut was clad in dark-colored jeans and brown shoes.

Reports by the Papine police are that about 7:00 a.m., on Sunday, residents living in the Papine area stumbled upon the bodies of Kerr and Davis in the river, and alert the police.

Upon arrival, it was discovered that Kerr and Davis had wounds to their upper bodies.

The bodies were later fished from the water and transport to hospital, where they were pronounced dead.

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