The bodies of two men who are said to be goat farmers were found in Westmoreland, after being reported missing since Monday.
The Police have released information indicating that the men have been murdered and out of the herd of goats they own 30 of them are still missing.
According to the Jamaica Observer who published an article on the matter, the two men had their herd of goats in a usual area of the Grange Hill community in the parish.
Residents from their community are said to have begun to show concern when only few of the Goats 🐐 returned home without any of the men.
It is then reported that the Police launched a search where they stumbled upon belongings for the men such as backpacks and water boots. 4 rams belonging to them were also found in the woods tied with a well, however, it took the officers until the next morning to discover the bodies of the men.
Member of Parliament for Westmorland Western division Moreland Wilson told the Jamaica Observer that he was familiar with the men and knew them to be hardworking. The Politician also described the situation as disheartening to him.