Police Say No Suspects Yet In Murder Of 14-Y-O

3 People questioned Tuesday

Police are questioning at least three people in relation to the death of 14-year-old Raven Wilson whose body was found in St Ann’s Bay, St Ann, Sunday.

Police are adamant that the three are not suspects. They say the questioning is a normal part of investigations. “We are following some leads,” a senior police source told JamaicaToday early Wednesday morning.

He said people were questioned Wednesday but he would not say how many.

Jamaica Today can report that late Tuesday, October 23, dozens of people converged on the St Ann’s Bay police station when three people were taken there for questioning.

Earlier Tuesday scores of people congregated at a home in the Top Road community where the girl’s body was found, close to her home. The people made threats to members of a family who they accused of involvement.

Police said there are no suspects yet.

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