A team of police from Westmoreland have dug away what is believed to be a solid concrete structure in which a 21-year-old woman from Negril, along with her 3-year old daughter were discovered after being buried over six weeks ago by the common-law-husband.
Nadian Dyer otherwise called ” Heather ” 24-year-old and her 3-year-old daughter were killed and cemented in a room at a house in CeeWee Lane, West End, Negril.
Reports are that, the accused man whose mother owned the house in Pee Wee Lane, left the island and flew to the USA several days ago.
After arriving in the USA, he reportedly called a friend and confessed that he had murdered his common-law wife and her 3-year-old baby girl.
The friend then telephones a relative in Kingston and related the story and also informed the relative that the victims were buried in a back room of the mother’s house.
The relative then traveled to Westmoreland, contacted the police, informing them of what she has learned.
The police went to the house and after carrying out a search, discovered a tomb-like structure constructed by around 4 concrete block height.
The lawmen returned to the area on Tuesday and are presently making attempts to break through the concrete and exhume the bodies.