Head of New Born Baby Found in Clarendon

The Clarendon police are now in search of a mother, whose newborn baby’s head was discovered at the back of a dwelling house at a location in the parish on Wednesday morning, November 7.

Our news team learned that the head of the newborn child was discovered by residents living in a section of the area, known as Cocoa Piece.

Reports are that about 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, a resident saw a number of stray dogs fighting over what appeared to be a piece of meat and went to investigate.

Upon investigating, it was discovered that it was the head of a newborn child.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, the baby’s head was removed to the morgue.

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