It was another bloody day across the country, with 11 murders committed in the last 24 hours.

Among the dead are two women and a man in a triple murder in Bounty Hall, Trelawny.

Three other persons were injured in the attack. They are reportedly admitted in critical condition.

Head of the Area One Police, Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP, Clifford Chambers, says the triple murder may have been linked to gang conflict.

Police investigators are also probing whether the attack may have been as a result of mistaken identity.

Preliminary reports are the victims were on their way from a party in Wakefield, Trelawny.

The victims reportedly stopped to pick up a friend when they were pounced upon by four gunmen. The men opened fire on the vehicle, hitting the occupants. 

Two of the victims reportedly died on the spot, while a third died while undergoing treatment.

ACP Chambers says the police are receiving cooperation from residents in the community.

ACP Clifford Chambers, Head of the Area One Police.

Up to 5:00 on Thursday morning, the JCF was reporting that 84 Jamaicans had been murdered since the start of the year. 

The Constabulary is expected to release the latest total murder figures since the start of the year this afternoon.

Meanwhile, residents of Bounty Hall were tight lipped when our news team visited the community this morning.

They would only say it was heavy gunfire that cut down the three victims.

A pregnant woman who lives next door to the yard where the attack happened says the triple murder is shocking.

Police investigators are still on the scene probing the incident.

Pictures have since emerged on social media with the bullet riddled vehicle.