Brazen grave robbers raided the sepulchre of British Link Up boss Owen ‘Fada Fowl’ Clarke recently, an act that has shocked funeral service practitioners.
“It’s sad and unfortunate when something like this happens in our society, it’s very alarming, it’s unheard of in recent times for something like this to happen, and it’s very tough on the families of the deceased to know that a grave has been desecrated,” Tommy Thompson, funeral director and operator of Brite Lite Funeral Services, told ONE876ENTERTAINMENT.COM
Clarke, a well known figure in entertainment circles, was murdered in Kencot, Kingston 5 in February this year, and then buried in a cemetery in the rural community of Pear Tree in north east St Catherine on March 25.
He was a member of the high-profile British Link Up crew known for their lavish lifestyle, high-end fashion and alcohol-swilling parties.
He was given a lavish funeral which attracted lots of media attention and opportunistic thieves saw the chance to raid the family plot which is located in a secluded section of the community in order to steal valuables. Bloggers had broadcast that Fada Fowl was buried with a gold chain around his neck and anexpensive watch on his hand.