(CMR) UPDATE: The Jamaican police are now searching for two Hispanic men who were believed to be on a plane that crashed in Clarendon.
A small plane crashed in mangroves in the fishing village of Rocky Point, Clarendon – in the South of Jamaica Saturday evening.
Residents in the area reported hearing the plane crash, however, when the Jamaica Defence Force reached the plane, there were no occupants or cargo onboard. According to local reports, the country's aviation authority did not know of the aircraft's plans to fly in Jamaican airspace.
The plane registration suggested it was de-registered in Aguascalientes, Mexico. The plane was modified and most of the seats were removed. Sources in the area have informed CMR that it was likely a drug plane.
Authorities are working to locate the occupants of the plane.
This is a developing story.