Jamaica Crime News, Trelawny: The police in Trelawny and a special Fire Unit are presently working to remove the decomposed body believed to be that of missing Trelawny lawyer, Williams Hinds, which was discovered at the bottom of a sinkhole, in a community on the border of St James and Trelawny, on Saturday afternoon, February 2.
The police say they are having a challenge to remove the body, based on the depth of the hole.
The deceased, 65-year-old Williams Hinds, otherwise called “Baldie” Attorney-at-Law of Greenside, in Falmouth, Trelawny and Mona in Kingston 6, went missing from his home on January 6th, 2019.
It is reported that on Saturday afternoon, a farmer smell a foul odor coming from the sinkhole on a farm property in Orange Hill.
The police were summoned and an investigation led to the discovery of the decomposing body at to bottom of the sinkhole.
A burnt-out briefcase which is said to have been owned by the Attorney was also discovered beside the old farmhouse.
One police source told our news team that the body was positively identified by the clothing, by a family member.
Mr. Hinds was reported last seen alive about 11:00 a.m., on January 6, at his home in Falmouth.