A Trelawny Crab farmer whose name is Jermaine Morris woke up to find his backyard pen almost empty. Morris says 95 percent of his crabs were stolen last night. “This is what I woke up to this morning, the owner for my crabs came for them,” says the former who went on to outline that he put in the hard work and the robber(s) reap the benefit.
The pen with the most male crabs was targeted, explains the farmer. Just recently the farmer was featured in the Gleaner and in the article, he detailed that his success is because currently there is a high demand for crabs. Check out the former explaining his loss to a Star reporter in the video below.