Michael Phipps, commanding officer for the Kingston Western Police Division, has confirmed the discovery of four dismembered bodies in a shallow graves in a section of Tivoli Gardens on Tuesday.
“Four dismembered bodies have been found and its a high possibility that they are that of the missing men. The search will continue tomorrow,” Phipps said.
The bodies are believed to be those of Christopher Murray, 29 and Georay Campbell, 23, both of Pink Lane addresses in west Kingston, as well as those 19-year-old Fernando Brown of Race Course Lane in Denham Town and Junior Ricardo Riley, 29, of Upper Oxford Street.
The men went missing on Saturday, July 16.
Information received by the police sparked the search for the men.
Crime scene detectives spent all day searching a section of the Public Works Department premises in the west Kingston community where the bodies were found.
Family members of the four missing men have also been at the location since early this morning.
Senior Superintendent Phipps told reporters that the search began on Monday, and will continue into tomorrow.
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