Police 'not looking for anyone else' in BT killing

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service confirmed Tuesday that it is not looking for “anyone else” in connection with an apparent murder-suicide in Bodden Town Sunday.  

A police spokesperson did not state whether that meant the case had officially been ruled a murder-suicide or if officers were potentially pursuing other explanations for what occurred Sunday morning in the Lookout Gardens area of Bodden Town.  

Police were called to a home in a remote area of Bodden Town district around 8:25 a.m. Sunday and discovered 21-year-old Nichelle Anna-Kay Thomas dead of apparent stab and slash wounds. Ms. Thomas worked as a domestic helper for the man at whose home she was found Sunday.  

The body of 39-year-old Devon Roy Campbell was found hanging outside the home. Investigators described the incident as a “homicide and possible suicide” that “may be domestic-related.”  

Detectives investigating the two deaths asked anyone who may have seen a gray Toyota Corolla (license no. 141871) parked near farm land in Passion Crescent to come forward. Mr. Campbell was employed as a farm worker at a private farm on Grand Cayman.  

Anyone who saw the vehicle parked at that location, between 6 a.m. and 8:25 a.m. Sunday is asked to contact Detective Inspector Dennis Walkington on 325-8161. Mr. Walkington said he would like to speak to anyone who saw Mr. Campbell with the car or in farm land nearby around that time.  


Police ask anyone with information regarding this vehicle to come forward. The car was found near the scene of Sunday’s apparent murder-suicide in Bodden Town. – Photo: RCIPS

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