Jamaica Crime News, St James: The Freeport police in Montego Bay St James say they have recovered the motor vehicle of a man who was discovered shot to death on the compound of the National Water Commission Treatment Plant on the old road in Reading, St James, on Tuesday morning of June 19th.
According to investigators, the Toyota Vitz motor car which is owned by the deceased, 23-year-old Tajay McNarrin, of Porto Bello went missing on the morning when his body was discovered at Reading. Relentless investigations led to the discovery of the vehicle which was found abandoned along a section of River Bay road in Montego Bay earlier this week.
Reports are that last Tuesday morning, residents living at a section of Reading in St James alerted the police after they stumbled upon McNarrin’s body about 6:30 a.m. The residents also told the police that, they overheard a barrage of gunshots being fired in the area the night prior to his body being discovered.
The police drove to the area and upon arrival, they saw the body which was lying in a pool of blood on the compound which house the National Water Commission Treatment Plant. The body had multiple gunshot wounds to the upper and lower rejoins.
The scene was processed and McNarrin was transported to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead at hospital.