Woman murdered 13 years after surviving vicious attack

April 07, 2017
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Some 13 years ago Janet Moore was chopped up and left for dead by her common-law husband in Stony Hill, St Andrew. Her attacker later committed suicide.

Despite suffering significant injuries, Moore rebounded and was able to lead a meaningful life. However, Moore's fight for survival ended yesterday when she was gunned down by men who pounced on her at her Phoenix Park, Dunbeholden home and killed her.


Still searching


Up to press time yesterday, investigators in the St Catherine South division were still searching for the killers who took the lives of Moore and her 19-year-old daughter Tajana Rhoden.

The women were killed after giving their attackers $1,000.

"It is a wicked act but a can't sey much," a resident told THE WEEKEND STAR.

The reports are that about 10 p.m., two masked gunmen went to Moore's home where she operated a shop. The hoodlums demanded money from the women and were reportedly given $1,000.

The Major Crimes Division has launched a probe in the matter.

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