Police seek husband after wife is murdered in Clarendon

August 15, 2016
Head of the Clarendon police, Senior Superintendent Fitz Bailey.

The husband of a Clarendon woman, who was chopped to death on Sunday night, is now being sought by the police.
Head of the Clarendon police, Senior Superintendent Fitz Bailey, said that the husband is "a person of interest".
"We want to talk to him," Bailey told THE STAR ONLINE.
The interest in the husband follows the murder of his wife, Opal Rochester-Shand.
Rochester-Shand, 43, was walking along the main road in Scott district, Milk River, Clarendon when she was chopped and stabbed several times.  She received multiple injuries to her head and other parts of the body. She later succumbed to her injuries.

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