Two men killed in Frankfield, Clarendon

Two of three men who were shot died on Friday, Trout Hall, Frankfield, in Clarendon.

The deceased have been identified as 55 year-old Donald Richards, an auto body repairman, and 38 year old Williams Sharpe, a construction worker, both from the community.

The third victim, is a 70 year old farmer.

It's reported that about 4:50 in the afternoon, the men were at an auto repair shop when two white cars, one believed to be a Toyota Axio, drove up.

Men alighted from the vehicles and opened fire hitting the three victims.

Mr Richards died at the scene, while Mr Sharpe was pronounced dead at hospital.

Mr Richards' wife says he was also the victim of a crime in January.

Superintendent Carlos Russell, commanding officer for the Clarendon police division, revealed that the persons who are suspected of shooting at Mr Richards in that earlier incident were arrested and are before the court.

He said a motive for Friday's murders has not yet been determined.

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