Jamaica News, February 17, 2018
Westmoreland, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Body of Missing Westmoreland Teen Found: The decomposing body believing to be that of a missing Westmoreland teen was discovered in bushes bordering Hanover and Westmoreland on Friday afternoon.
The investigators are now saying they still cannot confirm if the decomposing body is that of missing 17-year-old girl Jaydeen Grant who hails from Argyle Mountain in Westmoreland, she went missing from home on Saturday, February 3.
The community known as Argyle Mountain lies on the border of Hanover and Westmoreland, the 17-year-old teen resides with her family members in the section which falls in the parish of Westmoreland.
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Last Saturday afternoon she reportedly went missing from the area and after an unsuccessful search was carried out, a report was made at the Bethel Town police station.
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Shortly after 2:00 p.m., on Friday, February 16, residents living at the section of Argyle Mountain which falls in the parish of Hanover, alerted the Ramble police after a farmer stumbled upon the decomposing body in bushes.
Officers attached to both Ramble and Bethel Town rushed to the location and are now saying that the body is in a vast state of decomposition and they are unable to say if the corpse is that of the missing teenage girl.
One police officer, however, stated that based on evidence gathered at the scene, it has now led them to believe that the body could be that of the missing teen and they are also suspecting foul play.
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