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.