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No breakhthrough yet in missing postal service employee case
2012-09-02 18:13:54 | (0 Comments)
The police are yet to make a breakthrough in the case of the missing deputy chief of security at the Jamaica Postal Service and a female companion.
Barrington Davis who has been missing since last Wednesday.
Director of Communications at the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Karl Angell says the police, who have been treating the case as a missing persons situation, are appealing to anyone with information to come forward and assist the police.
The two, 44-year-old Barrington Davis and 53-year-old Patricia Larmot-Barnswell, have been missing since last Wednesday.
Family and friends believe the two were abducted from Mr Davisí St Johnís Heights property in Spanish Town, St Catherine about 11 p.m. in the evening. It is reported that Mr Davis, who lives in Kingston, had gone to check on his Spanish Town property. The house was reportedly ransacked and there were signs of forced entry. His car, a silver Nissan Tiida, licensed 8313 ED, was also missing.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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