Three held after woman shot dead inside of a church in Jamaica

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Three held after woman shot dead inside of a church in Jamaica

Police officers in Jamaica held three men in connection with the shooting of a woman inside of a church in Jamaica.

According to The Jamaica Star, officers were called to investigate the murder of Andrea Lowe-Garwood, who was shot dead inside of Agape Christian Fellowship in Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica on Sunday 31st January.

A video making its rounds on social media depicts what took place inside of the church – loud screams halted the worship service as a gunman opened fire hitting the victim, Andrea Lowe-Garwood, who was an employee at the National Commercial Bank in Montego Bay, St James.

The church service was being broadcast live on Facebook.


Reports from the police indicate that about 10:30 a.m, Lowe Garwood, 50, was among other members of the congregation when a man entered the place of Worship.

The man reported brandished a handgun and opened fire hitting Lowe-Garwood multiple times before running from the church and escaping in a motor vehicle.

The other church members had to run from the building to escape being shot.