Police make breakthrough in Westmoreland quadruple murder
The police have made a breakthrough into November's quadruple murder in Brighton, Westmoreland with the arrest of a man on the weekend.
The police say a Smith and Wesson pistol with 13 rounds were also taken from him.
On November 24, firefighters found the remains of four bodies following cooling down operations on a burned out unfinished housed.
The police have since confirmed that the persons found had been murdered.
News reports had identified the victims as 48-year-old Swedish woman Suzan Clarke; her husband, 32-year-old Alwin Clarke, also called Ziggy; his brother 30-year-old Derron Walters; and 31-one-year old Wayne Thompson, also called Bruckie.
The police say other people are being sought in connection with the murders.
They are urging people with information to call the Savanna-la-Mar Police at at 955-2758.