Jamaica: Families Mourn Those Killed In Negril Triple Murder
The mission church that Bryan Morris was overseeing in Little London, Jamaica.
Editor's note: This tragedy involves a young man, Bryan Morris, who was overseeing the mission church of Toronto Free Presbyterian Church in Little London, Jamaica. He was brutally murdered and leaves behind a wife and three young children. Please remember to pray for them.
LAST SATURDAY, Bryan Morris and his wife Loraine celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary. The happy occasion was 'spiced up' by the fact that their last child, their baby daughter, had just turned two months old.
Now, the joys of last Saturday have now turned to sorrow as Morris, who is also a pastor, was one of three security guards brutally murdered by criminals, who invaded the Guardsman Limited offices on Namprel Road, in Negril, early Friday morning.
"Right now, I am just trying my best to keep myself calm," said Mrs Morris, as her voice trembled. "I have a little baby girl and her two brothers to care for ... . I can't afford to break down ... I can't ... I just can't."
Shortly after 4:40 a.m., a Guardsman supervisor went to the Negril compound and found the bodies of 33-year-old Morris of a Little London address in Westmoreland, and his female co-workers, 42-year-old Sylvia Beckford, of Whitehouse, and 31-year-old Judith McCauley, of Green Island.