A man the police identify as Rohan Barrett, a resident from Porus in Manchester, severed head was discovered in a shopping bag on Thursday morning in front of a vendor’s fruit stall at Whitney Turn close to the Clarendon\Manchester border.
Following the discovery, the police revealed that Rohan Barrett, also known as ‘Black Seed,’ was wanted for rape, assault at common law, unlawful wounding and burglary.
In an interview, the owner of the fruit stall where the severed head was uncovered, Heyward McLean, said he thinks the head was left there so it would be visible to everyone. The owner also outlined the moment he turned up for his regular daily activity, then saw police tape cornered off his stall and described the scene.
“Ah come down here and see di police dem draw long tape yellow tape and said I can not open the shop until they finish it’s a crime scene so I obey them and when they come dem call the hearse to come and take up the remains, and I wash away the blood weh inna a the bag, the head inna waa bag shopping bag, the likkle brown shopping bag,” Heyward McLean revealed.
McLean also said he was feeding his animals at home when he got the call of the human remains lying in front of his fruit stall.
Watch the interview below: