Cops probing death of tour operator in Westmoreland

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said investigations are continuing in relation to the death of 64-year-old tour operator Clive Bernard, otherwise called Buffalo, whose decomposing body was found at his home yesterday, January 17.

He is from Llandilo Phase 4 in Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland.

The JCF said: “Reports from the Savanna-la-Mar Police are that, about 10:30pm, a tenant living at the same premises smelled a foul odour and alerted them. Upon their arrival, Bernard’s house was searched and his body found slumped over his bed.”

“The scene was processed by forensic crime scene investigators from the JCF Technical Services Division. The forensic crime scene investigators revealed that no marks of violence were observed on Bernard’s body, and said a post mortem would determine how the investigation would proceed. The body was removed to the morgue pending the examination,” added the JCF.

It said investigations are continuing.


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