TWO Brits gunned down and burnt in their Jamaican retirement home were murdered after they reported losing £100,000 to fraudsters.
The family of Charlie and Gayle Anderson have slammed island police for dragging their heels.
Charlie, 74, and Gayle, 71, of Manchester, were found dead at their torched Caribbean property in June 2018.
Sons Mark and Glen told an inquest they were “completely devastated and frustrated” at the lack of progress.
They said it was clear they were killed as a result of their mum reporting the bank account fraud to police.
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A handyman was charged with fraud but no one has been charged with the murders.
Coroner Nigel Meadows recorded a conclusion of unlawful killing at the Manchester inquest.
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