Police have yet to make an arrest in relation to the shooting death of 45-year-old Dave Anthony.
Family members had to observe strict social distancing protocols when the well-known chef was laid to rest on Friday.
According to regulations in force, funerals must be conducted in the cemetery with no more than ten mourners, the officiant, two representatives from the funeral home and two persons employed to work in the graveyard, all of whom must practice social distancing and wear a face mask.
Anthony became the country’s third homicide victim after he was reportedly shot multiple times through a metal door at the back of his house on March 14.
His mother Angela Roberts said her son’s death has had a major impact on the family especially his twin-sister, who lives in the United States.
In the meantime, investigations are also still ongoing into the death of Troy Samuel aka “Monkey”.
Samuel, the country’s first murder victim for 2020, was shot dead in Bendals on January 16.
Anyone with information related to these killings can contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at 462-3913 or 462-3914.
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This is such a tragic story.The Police have an easier responsibility these days.Arrests those who breaks the curfew.Easy hanging fruits to pick and easy money into the Courts coffers.Working to solve crimes such as murders are very time consuming and hard work.Who would want to do that.Just pick up Curfew breakers.
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