Body of Shantae Skyers FINALLY found in St Andrew hills

The body of a young child has been found in a section of Sterling Castle Heights, St Andrew.

According to the police, the body was spotted in an area called Blue Hole. Detectives are now in the area processing the scene.

The child’s identity has not been confirmed.

The discovery of the body has sent shock waves throughout Sterling Castle Heights where residents have been searching for a missing eight-year-old girl.

Dream (My Only Ig Account) on Instagram_ “Condolences to the family and friends of Shantae. #Confirmed”

 

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  • Look man this need to stop in jamaica the government needs to do something about this when catch these people kill them no prison for them they’re killing out the future generations and the government needs to look into the Indian people them down there that’s advertising obiya on tv because stupid jamaica want to get rich easy and a use people verging child fi sacrificed too much going on get Addams fi deal with the wicked

    • Yes agree I think it’s time for some type of execution or whatever it is for the person’s responsible for crimes like this….. this really needs to stop

  • Who shit out the SCUMBAG who do this to a baby who you should be protecting. Oh my God this is serious look how much big woman inna town a walk naked an look man. Why not look for one of them that is torture for that poor child. Oh God now we will never know the culprit. Then why the parents let this baby walking through woodland all by herself they don’t see an hear what is happening in Jamaica.

    • Lord I pray for her mother and family and sweet angle of god Sip and lord I am so so sorry to say but when that no heart person find jungle justice for his wicked Rasss

  • Jamaican men! STOP RAPING AND KILLING WOMEN AND GIRLS! How come all of you know a woman who “got raped” or “got killed,” but none of you seem to know any men who rape and kill? FIX YOUR CULTURE.

  • Me tired a this now man its like the government not even a try every mother must feel this mother pain o God man, mr Andrew Holness sir pls u need to bring in back hanging an get some electricution chair these men need to stop eat our tax money after killing our children

  • It is so sad that when incidents like these happens people jump at the government. Government cannot stay where they are and know what is happening every where else. We have responsibilities as citizens of this country. Those hoodlums that are creating these kinds of heinous crimes belong to somewhere, someone , some family and some neighborhood. So bottom line someone who knows about the vicious acts need to turn them in. And parents please protect your children with all you have. Don’t trust to send your children on journeys without thinking “what may happen”. Stop blaming government where citizens ought to be blamed. Don’t be confuse our social issues, do get them mixed up!!!

    • I agree! This is NOT a government issue. It is a societal problem. These so called men are a bunch of weak and worthless COWARDS!!! What man in their right mind would stalk, kidnap, mercilessly rape, then kill an innocent child. That is an animal…not only does it need to stop the punishment for rape should be life for acts against an adult and death for minors. That is the only way this will stop in this country.

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