ACP: Suspects Singled out in Westmoreland Females Murdered

Westmoreland, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Suspects Singled out in Westmoreland Females Murdered: Assistant Commissioner of Police Warren Clarke in charge of Area 1, Westmoreland on Wednesday afternoon, June 28,  told residents of Westmoreland that the police have now singled out suspects in connection with the murders of two female in the parish over the past weeks.

ACP Clarke who was speaking at a community meeting held at the Sav-la-mar Methodist Church Hall told residents and business operators that they are now making a swift headway and the investigators are pulling all the strings to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice.

According to  ACP Clarke, the case relating to the murder of  Station Clerk Shantel Wright, in which a member of the force was mentioned to be in her company that same day, has been taken over by the Independent Commission of Investigations, INDECOM.

He added that the police have reached the peak of their investigations and have singled out a prime suspect in that particular killing.

Westmoreland Females Murdered

He also spoke on the suspect being sought in connection with the murder of his girlfriend in Negril, however,  he stated that he will not comment on the whereabouts of the suspect at this time.

The event was well attended by members of the public and was addressed by Senior Superintendent of Police for Westmoreland, Egbert Parkins, Custos Hardley Perrin, His Worship the Mayor Burtel Moore and Major Sterling of the Jamaica Defense Force.

Since the start of the month, four females have been killed violently in Westmoreland.

The meeting was held in order to sensitize the residents of Westmoreland as to what the police are doing about those recent killings and the progress of the investigations.

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