Confirmed: Decomposing body found in Old Harbour Bay

The decomposing body of a man was found in the vicinity of the Jamaica Public Service Company's plant in Old Harbour Bay, St. Catherine yesterday.

The man has been identified as 51-year-old Delroy McBean a fisherman of an Old Habour Bay address in St. Catherine.

McBean is reported have gone out to sea on February 22, 2013, and was not seen or heard from since.

An investigation has been launched into the incident.

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T&T lifts travel ban on Nigeria

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3 killed in East Kingston identified

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Ananda Alert activated for 15-yr-old Cedar Grove girl

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Ananda Alert activated for 15-yr-old St. James teen

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WICB denies calling off tour of India

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