FRIDAY, JAN. 20: The caretaker arrested in connection with the murder of a Bermudian in Jamaica has been released without charge.

The man had been held in custody by police since Karen Lewis was gunned down in her home on December 30, last year.

But Jamaican police told the Bermuda Sun that he was released from custody last week.

The caretaker had been responsible for looking after Ms Lewis’s home while she was in Bermuda.

He had been present at the Mandeville property when Ms Lewis and her driver, Everton Daley, were shot dead.

When interviewed by police he told officers that two gunmen had been responsible for the double murder.

Ms Lewis and her driver were murdered soon after arriving at the property from the airport.

Jamaican police confirmed that nobody else has been arrested or charged in connection with the double murder.

Deputy Superintendent Berrisford Brown said detectives were keeping an open mind and continuing their investigations.

He revealed that a post mortem on Ms Lewis’s body showed she sustained three gun shot wounds.

Mr Brown told the Sun: “Investigations are still ongoing at present and we will see where these inquiries take us.

“I can confirm that the caretaker, who was arrested after the shooting, was released from custody on January 12 and has not been charged.

“We are still no closer to finding out a motive for this killing and we are waiting on further forensic information.”