Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018

Chilling picture shows shallow grave where body of Brit was found in Jamaica

A chilling pictures show the shallow grave where the body of a British woman was found in Jamaica.

Karen Cleary, 44, vanished from the Boscobel, St. Mary's area of ​​the Caribbean island on November 25.

The beautician, who moved to London aged 18, was back in Jamaica to build her "dream home".

Detectives arrested to plow on suspicion of her murder.

The victim's brother, Donovan Reid, told the Jamaica Observer the family had suffered further trauma when hoodlums broke into the house shortly after 2am last night.

Karen Cleary, 44, may have been buried in her own garden

He and his mother in a locked room during the break-in and described their ordeal as "terrible".

"Mum is ill. She has heart problems; she has nerve problems. They tried our door. You could hear them. They were moving about and moving out of home, "he said.

Reid said the men broke into the house through a garage window and stole suitcases, food, alcohol and work tools.

His mum called the police after the men fled the scene.

Officers arrived at the house and stayed in the night.

Karen went missing earlier this week

"If they had come into the room, we had nothing to protect ourselves. The fear had been for them, "said Reid.

"It was a terrible experience, it was horrible.

"My mum right now is a wreck. She has not been able to walk since they find Karen. We had to take her to the doctor. "

Karen Cleary, 44, may have been buried in her own garden

Mr Reid also said that family members were taken to the grave.

"My brother had a heart attack when he heard [about our sister’s death].

"Karen was so kind, she did not want this," he said.

Karen's heartbroken partner Andy Kane posted on the break-in on facebook saying: "The police have just stopped by the hotel to tell us that we were going home!

Karen with her 56-year-old Andy Kane

"What is wrong with people for Gods sake, so angry right now."

Andy flew to Jamaica on Saturday when Karen suddenly stopped calling home.

Mr Kane, 56, made a statement on Facebook.

He said: "Since last Tuesday when I found out Karen Cleary was missing I have had a feeling that the Freight Train of reality was barreling down the tracks towards me.

"Today it's time for me to hit the ground hard" now gone on to a better place.

"Karen has been that shining star in my world for over 13 years.

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