The Jamaica Constabulary Force has appointed a special team of investigators to track down the suspects in the murder of four people, including two teenagers, who were killed in the western parish of Westmoreland last night.
The deceased have been identified as 13-year-old Shawn Clayton; 20-year-old Romario Drummond; 22-year-old Theodore Tennant; and 16 year old Demar Doman.
Reports are that the four were among a group playing Nintendo games in a small ice-cream shop when they were pounced upon by about four men, who peppered them with gunshots.
A police source told the Jamaica Observer that it is theorized that the killings were in reprisal for a shooting that occurred in the area four months ago, where a community member was shot and injured.
Two of those killed yesterday were reportedly charged for the shooting.