Wesley MP Ezekiel Bazil has condemned the killing of hotelier Brazilian National Rose Wyatt, on Sunday
Wesley MP Ezekiel Bazil has condemned the killing of Brazilian National, Rose Wyatt, 51, on Sunday. Bazil says these criminals must be stopped and, “it’s time for us to stop them now. It is a rather unfortunate situation which occurred in the north-east of the island. I want to totally condemn such hideous and gruesome crimes committed against any individual,” he said. “It is time that our people come to the realization that they are hurting surviving family members and by extension they are actually hurting our own community.”
He appealed to the general public from the neighbouring communities to provide the police with any information that could assist in bringing those responsible to justice. “I am also appealing to the police: to leave no stone unturned…,” he remarked. “We must bring these criminals under control.”
Bazil called on the religious leaders to continue to pray for the community, the victims and the perpetrators, “because they all need prayers.” The body of Wyatt, an hotelier was found about 6:00 pm on Sunday, lying in a footpath which leads to Hodges Beach in an area between Calibishie and Woodfordhill.
Meanwhile, National Security Minister, Rayburn Blackmoore revealed that a suspect is now in police custody in connection with the crime. He said “Based on the advice I have received, the Police Department has apprehended a suspect in this matter, and I am confident that the police will continue to demonstrate the highest sense of diligence and commitment, for the express purpose of maintaining law and order in this beautiful country,” he stated.
The police say they are treating the incident as a suspected homicide.
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