Jamaican cops hunting for missing Brit photographer Barbara Findley, 48, find body in bushes

Barbara Findley, 48, from Kensington, West London disappeared on November 30, having travelled to the island to spend time with her family at her home in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth.

A police spokesman in St Elizabeth said "We suspect that the decomposing body of a female found close to Providence Housing Scheme in Santa Cruz this afternoon may be that of 48-year-old Barbara Findley of nearby Beadles Boulevard who went missing last week. She was visiting the island from Kensington, England.”

Findlay was reported missing last week.

Reports are that after detecting a foul smell, residents discovered the decomposed body in bushes close to the entrance of the Housing Scheme about 1pm Wednesday and called the police.

Investigators say they are awaiting forensics to confirm the identity of the deceased as well to determine the cause of death.

Just four days earlier the body of Karen Clearly, 44, a returning resident from London was found buried in a shallow grave on the north eastern coast of Jamaica.

Cops said her body was found on a section of property she owned and was building a luxury home.

The body was discovered wrapped in tarpaulin in a hole that was covered with dirt and concrete.

Police in the case have taken a man into custody for questioning.

Cleary’s partner, Andy Kane, 56, confirmed the body police found was hers, via his Facebook page.

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