Elderly United States Citizen Murdered in Montego Bay

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Elderly United States Citizen Murdered: Detectives attached to the Coral Gardens police station in Montego Bay, St James, are at present, still carrying out Investigations at the scene in Hatfield Meadows, where the body of an elderly female US citizen was discovered with multiple stab wounds,  on Sunday morning.

The victim has been identified as Heidi Ann Muth, 69-years-old, of the United States of America.

According to investigators, at about 9:00 am on Sunday, a resident of a section of the upscale community known as Hatfield Meadows was walking along a dirt track when he came upon the body of the woman and alerted the police.

Upon their arrival at the scene, the victim was discovered to be a Caucasian woman, who was later identified as Muth.

The body had what appeared to be multiple stab wounds and a section of her head appeared to be bashed in.

Following the processing of the scene, she was later pronounced dead at the Cornwall Regional Hospital.

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