The three Guardsmen security guards implicated in the controversial killing of popular former Hampton and Munro College teacher, Haile Clacken, have given statements to the police.
Mr. Clacken was shot dead in Cheapside, St.Elizabeth on Friday after he reportedly hopped onto a Guardsman truck.
Head of the St. Elizabeth Police, Deputy Superintendent Nadine Grant-Brown, spoke with Nationwide News.
DSP Grant-Brown is appealing to eyewitnesses to help the police with any information they have.
DSP Grant-Brown says before the end of the week the investigating officers should have a complete file. She says they intend to seek the assistance of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewellyn.
Over the weekend, Guardsman says the Security Guard implicated in the killing was taken off frontline duty. The company says an investigation into the shooting is also underway.
The 36-year-old teacher who suffers from a bipolar disorder was reportedly shot in the face some time after 4:00 Friday afternoon.