U.S. Missionaries Found Slain in Rural Jamaica

Jamaica-compressedKINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaican police said Sunday that two U.S. missionaries were found slain in a rural area of the Caribbean island that has long struggled with high rates of violent crime.

In a statement, the Jamaica Constabulary Force identified the two men as Randy Hentzel, 48, and Harold Nichols, 53. Their battered bodies were found in bushes in separate areas of St. Mary parish.

There have been no arrests, and investigators made no comment about a possible motive.

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