Superintendent Wayne Cameron, head of the Manchester Police, speaking with RJR News
Linton Stephenson, the man who was being sought in connection with the death of the woman whose mutilated body was found in an igloo in a car along Winston Jones Highway in Manchester last week, has been found dead.
His decomposed body was found late Thursday afternoon at his house in Manchester. This was disclosed by Superintendent Wayne Cameron, head of the Manchester Police.
The 59 year-old man was a deacon at the Mandeville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Manchester.
Stephenson was the prime suspect in connection with the murder of 25 year-old Khyhymn Campbell, who was a student at Northern Caribbean University.
He was named as the suspect after the police raided his home and found a bloody knife and bloodstains inside the house.
Ms Campbell is the daughter of Dr. Amos Campbell, the pastor of True Vine True Holiness Church in Mandeville.