Missing female entertainer found unharmed
The female entertainer who was on Thursday reported missing following the discovery of the body of accountant Esron Laing, was found unharmed yesterday.
According to information received from the Constabulary Communications Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, the woman has been identified as Sherine Fox of Pembroke Hall in St Andrew and Rocky Point, Clarendon.
The police did not divulge any information on where Fox was found but said she was discovered yesterday afternoon unharmed and is currently back with her family.
The police also say Fox is not a suspect at this time and investigations into Laing's murder are still ongoing.
Reports state that Laing died of gunshot wounds he received and that a Range Rover believed to be his was found on the banks of a river in bushes close to where his body was found.
Initial reports said Laing was at a party in Portland Cottage in Clarendon on Wednesday night with a female artiste when he left the event at about 4 a.m. to take her home.
Though Laing's body was discovered, only the woman's belongings were found at the scene and in Laing's vehicle.
THE STAR has been trying to contact Fox who is reportedly an up-and-coming artiste who goes by the stage name Sexilous, but efforts have so far proven futile.