Jamaica Crime News, Hanover: The Hanover police have confirmed that the five men who were taken into custody in connection with the murder of 11-year-old Trisha Morris of Woodland in Hanover, have been released from custody.
The men were set free on Wednesday because there was no evidence placing them in the community that night.
Reports by the Sandy Bay police are that Trisha who attended the Watford Hill Primary School in Woodland district, went missing on Saturday night, April 27, about 8:00 p.m., while attending church.
According to a relative of the 11-year-old, Trisha left her house at Rock Top in Woodland, to attend a function at the Woodland Seventh Day Adventist Church.
While at the church, she followed another female to her home, which is also in walking distance to the church. While on her way back she disappeared and had not been seen or heard from since.
A missing person report was filed at the police station and several searches carried out for her.
During the early hours of Tuesday morning, a resident in the community stumbled upon the missing child’s body, which was dumped in a cluster of bushes, at a section of the community known as Pond.