Suspect in murder of woman buried in concrete tomb in Negril house held in the US

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shocked.jpgIn June 2017 the body of a woman, Nadian Dyer was dug out of a "house-tomb" by law enforcement in the parish of Westmoreland. It has been confirmed from an exclusive report, that Ayele Russell, 22, was arrested on an unrelated charge in Brooklyn, New York, on February 12, 2018, under arrest number K18609741Q.

Russell, booked for 2nd-degree felony robbery, is housed at a Brooklyn detention complex as number 1411801054, since February 13. He has since appeared in court and was remanded at Otis Bantum Correctional Center in New York.

Nadian and her 3-year-old daughter went missing for months until news surfaced that they were murdered by her boyfriend and their bodies cemented in a tomb, in a room at the house in Pee Wee Lane, in West End, Negril, in the parish of Westmoreland.

In July 2017 the Westmoreland police were in the process of completing documents to facilitate a search in the United States for a 21-year-old man, identified as Ayele Russell, who they say is wanted in connection with the murder of Nadian Dyer.

Russell is alleged to have killed Dyer's 3-year-old daughter, Orlandie Malcolm, in February 2017 and murdered Dyer, who was known as his girlfriend, in April 2017.

Dyer's body was discovered shortly after 6:00 pm on Tuesday, June 7, and removed about 7:30 pm. The victim was identified by her mother with the help of a tattoo on her arm.

Her decomposing body had several stab wounds and a large wound to her stomach. It is believed she was murdered two months before her decomposing body was found.

Police say Russell fled the island to the United States several days before the gruesome discovery of Dyer's body in a tomb in a back room at his home.