St Thomas Man Arrested for Murder of 21-Year-Old Woman, to be Charged for Rape and Break-In, in Hanover 

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Latest Jamaica News, St Thomas: The Hanover police have confirmed that the man taken into custody in connection with the murder of 21-year-old Abina Bertram, on Friday, July 19, is to be charged in short order for rape and break-in, in the parish of Hanover.

One Investigator told our news team that evidence found at the suspect’s home, gave the police reason to believe that he is behind the murder of the St Thomas woman, and rape of a female in Hanover.

About 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 14, Bertram who resided at Industrial Hill, left her home to attend church at a section of the parish.

After days of searching for the missing young woman, relatives and community members stumbled upon her body at a section of the parish known as Nuttsriver district.

She was partially nude and lying face down in a river, with her hands bound.

Following the gruesome find, residents told Investigators that Bertram was last seen in the company of the suspect nearing the same community.

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