Westmoreland Police Asking Members of the Public for Assistance in Investigation of Murdered Security Guard

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Jamaica Crime News, Westmoreland: Detectives attached to the Savanna-la-mar CIB Department in the parish of Westmoreland say they are now asking any member of the public with information that could assist in their investigations, surrounding the murder of a security guard whose body  was discovered with gunshot wounds while floating in the sea along the  beach property in Paradise district  in the parish on Friday, June 29,  to come forward.

The investigators say they are now working with some new leads and are hoping to make a swift breakthrough into the murder of  Michael Annon, 29-year-old security guard also of Smithfield district.

Reports by the police are that about 2:30 p.m. on Friday, fishermen were coming in from sea and discovered the body close to the shore at a section of the Paradise Beach Front property.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, the body of the deceased was fished from the water and taken to shore.

Investigation revealed that the victim had been shot to the head and his hands and feet were bound.

The investigators have theorized that he was killed elsewhere and his body dumped on the water near the beach property.

The scene was processed and the body transported to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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