The police have confirmed that the partially decomposed body of a woman that was found in a barrel in Ramble, St Thomas on Sunday, is that of a missing Burger King employee.
The deceased is 23-year-old Nile Brown of Race Course Lane in Denham Town, Kingston. Brown, who was an employee of the Burger King Cross Roads branch, was reported missing last week.
The police believe she was strangled elsewhere, then her body was placed in the barrel and dumped into a gully in Ramble. Reports were that about mid-day on Sunday, residents detected a foul odor in the Ramble area, near a bridge.
The police were summoned and the body was found with the hands and feet bound. A wire was also reportedly wrapped around her neck.
A voice note circulating the web that was connected to murdered had being obtained and carefully analysed by the police with efforts to help crack the case.
The voice note started circulating late last week after Brown went missing.
The voice note spoke about the barrel missing from Brown’s Denham Town, St Andrew home with referenced to a particular man.
With inside intelligence, the suspect was quickly apprehend by a team of police. The news team got hands on a 7-second video clip that was obtained from the scene, captured by an onlooker.