The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has expressed “deep sadness” at the killing of Bishop Gibson High School teacher Carolyn Davis-Campbell, in Manchester early this morning.
A statement from the ministry this afternoon said Minister without Portfolio, Karl Samuda, offered support and prayers to Bishop Gibson High.
Campbell was a teacher to the upper and lower grade students of Human and Social Biology and General Science at the school where she served for five years.
She was shot dead her home in Melrose Mews.
Police said they received a call at approximately 1:00 am and on arrival were told by the victim’s husband that he awoke from sleep when his bedroom door was kicked in.
He rolled from the bed as a gunman fired several shots. He subsequently discovered that his wife had been shot. The husband escaped injury.
Police said they found five spent shell casings at the scene of the murder.