Bishop Gibson High School Teacher Shot Dead In Early Morning Home Invasion


The Bishop Gibson High school in Mandeville, Manchester is in mourning this afternoon following the murder of a teacher of the institution.

Dead is 43 year old Carol Campbell.

The teacher was shot dead at her home in Melrose Mews early this morning

Preliminary reports are that approximately 1:00am the door to a room which Miss Campbell was sharing with her husband was kicked in by a gunman.

The gunman reportedly fired several shots hitting Miss Campbell.

Miss Campbell was carried to hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Further reports are that her husband who was in the room escaped injury.

The Police visited the scene and seized give spent shell casings.

An investigation into Miss Campbell’s murder is underway.

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