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14-year-old boy suspected in Grants Pen murder still on the run

Published:Tuesday | December 15, 2015 | 12:23 AM

The search is still on for a 14-year-old suspect in the murder of a teen in Grants Pen St Andrew. 

Head of the St Andrew North police, Superintendent Jacqueline Green, says investigators are following various leads in the matter. 

She says the family of the boy on the run are also cooperating with the investigators. 

 

Head of the St Andrew North police, Superintendent Jacqueline Green

Sixteen-year-old Eric Morris, was stabbed to death after buying ice-cream at a shop in Grants Pen on December 6.

The police say the grade 10 student of the Norman Manley High School, was at the shop when he was approached by another teen who stabbed him twice in the chest.

According to Eric’s family, a week earlier, the two had a dispute over a ball.