Hanover residents block roads in protest over slow police progress in locating missing woman

Scores of irate residents of Prospect, Green Island, Hanover staged a massive demonstration in their community Tuesday in protest over what they claimed to be the slow progress the police are making in finding a female who is feared abducted.

The woman, 32 -year-old Tasha Gordon of a Cauldwell, Hanover address, went missing after her employer was shot and killed, execution style, at his shop in his Prospect, Green Island, Hanover community, Monday night.

The deceased, Marvin McIntosh, was discovered by the police lying in a pool of blood, with his hands bound behind him at his business establishment.

Since that time, residents have unsuccessfully searched  for the missing Gordon in bushes and a cane field.

The demonstrating residents used all type of debris to block the Prospect main road.

Meanwhile, scores of police are also  searching for the missing woman.