THIS IS JAMAICA: Retired British Couple Gruesomely Murdered at their Eight-Bedroom Home by Unknown Criminals - Zinny's Blog




THIS IS JAMAICA: Retired British Couple Gruesomely Murdered at their Eight-Bedroom Home by Unknown Criminals

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EVIL! A retired British couple, Charlie, 74 and Gayle Anderson, 71 at Kingston, in Jamaica has been gruesomely murdered by unknown criminals who broke into their eight-bedroom home on Friday just weeks after they complained of being caught up in a £50,000 credit card fraud.

The Sun has the inner scoop:

The 'burned' bodies of Charlie and Gayle Anderson were found on Friday at their Kingston home shortly after the pair retired to the Caribbean island to begin "the next chapter of their lives".Local reports said Gayle, 71, was found in bushes with her hands and feet bound while her husband, 74, of 50 years was discovered shot and burned nearby.
Another report claimed the pair had had their throats slashed although police have not yet revealed how they died.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Throyville Haughton told The Sunday Gleaner: "Both bodies had wounds to the neck and face. However, we are not yet able to say what might have caused those injuries.
"We are making every effort to bring closure to this heinous crime, and as such, we are getting assistance from our Area Headquarters and also from Technical Services from Kingston. Our detectives are still in the area carrying out investigations."
Their sons said in a statement: "Our parents Charlie and Gayle enjoyed a long and happy marriage of 55 years and leave behind their four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
"They were hardworking people, building a business with integrity and making sure we were always provided for.
"Charlie and Gayle were pillars of the community in Manchester and Jamaica, and were hugely popular and loved by many.
"They were just beginning the next chapter of their lives, retiring to Jamaica before this terrible tragedy.
"We would like to thank our friends, family and community for their prayers and support.
"We are completely devastated and ask for privacy at this extremely difficult time."

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