A man who was being sought in relation to the macabre-style killing of his brother in Tank Lane in Oracabessa, St Mary earlier this week, has been found dead.
The deceased has been identified as Alfred Forrester.
His body, which had what appeared to be several wounds, was allegedly found in an area known as Eden Park, close to Oracabessa on Wednesday afternoon.
Police are still processing the scene at this time.
Earlier on Wednesday, police said they were searching for Forrester who they believed was hiding in bushes in the area.
His mother and sister are in police custody as the St Mary police probe the discovery of dismembered body parts of his brother at a home on Tank Lane, Oracabessa on Tuesday, December 29.
Twenty-six-year-old Jerome Forrester of Tank Lane, who was reported missing on Monday, December 28 by his sister, was found on Tuesday morning in an advanced state of decomposition.
Reports from the Oracabessa police are that about 9:30 am, residents launched a search for Forrester in the community and discovered the body parts in knitted bags in bushes at the back of his home.