Jamaica Crime News, St Ann: Detectives attached to the Run-away Bay Police Station say based on investigations, they now have reasons to believe that the human remains which were discovered in two burnt-out motor vehicles in bushes at Hadden District in Moneague, St Ann, on Thursday, May 31st, are those of the common-law couple who went missing from the parish since Thursday, May 3, 2018.
The Detectives further stated that, one of the two burnt-out motor vehicles in which the human remains were discovered has been positively identified as one of three vehicles, which also went missing from the premises where the common-law couple resides in Run-away Bay.
The police say they are now awaiting the results of a DNA testing and Post-Mortem Examination to determine the true identities of both victims. But so far, all evidence shows that the human remains are those of 21-year-old Celene Gordon and her common-law husband 39-year-old Andre Wedderburn and both of Cardiff Hall in Run-away Bay, St Ann.
Gordon is of brown complexion, about 4ft 10ins tall and slim built. Wedderburn who at one point was living in England is also of brown complexion, medium built, sports a high grown black curly hair and is about 5ft 9ins tall.
A relative last spoke to the couple on Wednesday, May 2, they had not been seen or heard from since then.
By Henry Bucknor