Jamaica Crime News, Hanover: A search is still taking place in and around the community of Sandy Bay in Hanover, to locate 44-year-old Paul Clayton, a popular Painter and fisherman of Montpelier Road in Sandy Bay, Hanover, who residents say was kidnapped in his community, while on his way to church on Friday, January 18.
Clayton was last seen alive about 4:00 p.m. on Friday, January 18, while standing at a bus stop in the vicinity of the Sandy Bay factory.
Several community members say they saw Clayton standing at the bus stop, while other added that they were witnesses to Clayton being overpowered by three men, who forced him inside a car.
In the meanwhile, the Sandy Bay police have confirmed that they were aware that Clayton was receiving threats, which involved an undetermined sum of cash, which was allegedly stolen from a house where he was employed as a painter.
Family members of the missing man told reporters that on the day of his disappearance, Clayton had returned from fishing the morning and later that afternoon, he left his home and set out to attend a church in Montego Bay, but he never made it to the place of worship, and he has not been heard from or seen since.