AUTOPSY FOR FARMERS KILLED IN CLARENDON FOUND THAT THEY DIED FROM BULLET WOUNDS

Post mortems complete for bodies found buried in Clarendon

The four bodies that were found buried in shallow graves in Pennants, Clarendon in late April have been positively identified as those of the men who went missing from St. Elizabeth.

The DNA results were returned on Thursday.

Post mortem results revealed that they died from bullet wounds.

The bodies of brothers Kevon and Clinton Hutchinson of Santa Cruz and Shawn Thompson and Alwin Griffiths, both of Schoolfield near Malvern, were found on April 27 at a section of the Thomas River.

Relatives had reported them missing one week before.

Investigators had claimed that the men were part of a criminal network participating in the drugs for guns trade.

No arrests have been made in connection with the murders.

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