No breakthrough in murder of six-year-old St Ann boy
The St Ann police are yet to make a breakthrough in the brutal murder of six-year-old Daniel Anderson.
Head of the St Ann Police, Superintendent Wayne Cameron, says investigators are still in the process of interviewing persons.
Daniel’s mutilated body was found in a gully in Mount Edgecombe district on November 16.
The body reportedly had a wound to the head.
The six-year-old, who was a student at the Runaway Bay All Age in the parish, was reported missing a day before his body was discovered.