The Clarendon Police are still searching for those responsible for Sunday’s brutal killing of two sisters in the parish.

Dead are 18-year-old Janeal Howell, a student of Vere Technical and her 23 year old sister, Felecia Bryan.

Both women lived in Raymonds, Hayes in the parish.

Their bodies were found in bushes on Sunday afternoon in Hayes.

But how did their bodies end up in bushes?

That’s the question on the lips of residents of the community of Raymonds this afternoon.

Commanding Officer for the Clarendon Division, Senior Superintendent Fitz Bailey, SSP Bailey says the women were last seen alive on Saturday, before they left to purchase goods at a shop.

The mother of Janeal and Felecia, Michelle Graham, is distraught.

SSP Bailey, says the manner of the deaths is a sad reminder of the brutality in the Jamaican society.

SSP Bailey says the slaughtering of the sisters, may be linked to a domestic dispute.

Meanwhile, Vice Principal in charge of the Upper School at Vere Technical, O’Neill Lewin, says students have been left in shock with the passing of Janeal.

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Mr. Lewin says the Vere Technical family have been forced to deal with several challenges in recent times.

In April the school had to grapple with the loss of Raymond Givans.

Givans was a 14 year old student who was among a group of three youths and an adult who were killed execution style also in Hayes in the parish.

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