No breakthrough in Fairclough murder
It appears that police investigators are nowhere near a breakthrough in the murder of Sashakay Fairclough and the shooting of her mother in Ocho Rios on September 14.
Almost two months after Fairclough, 31, and her mother were shot as they drove home to Brook Green in Ocho Rios, the police are still seeking persons with information to come forward.
Speaking with The Gleaner on Monday, Senior Superintendent Calvin Small, head of the St Ann police, said the matter is still under probe by the Major Investigations Division.
“They made an appeal recently for persons to come in. That is all I’ll say about it,” said Small.
Fairclough practised general civil, criminal, and commercial litigation, along with real estate or property law, and was an attorney at Murray and Tucker law firm in Ocho Rios up to the time of her death.