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EC$20,000 Reward For ‘Credible Information’ Regarding Omar Defreitas Whereabouts

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Bodyholiday resort has announced a $20,000 reward for ‘credible information’ regarding the whereabouts of its missing employee, Omar Defreitas.

“Bodyholiday welcomes the matched support of the Saint Lucia Hospitality & Tourism Association in offering a reward of EC$20,000 for credible information that leads authorities to the whereabouts of Omar Defreitas,” a flyer on social media stated.

St Lucia Times has verified the authenticity of the document.

People last saw Omar at about 2:00 am on Friday, January 6, 2023, leaving the Sandals Golf and County Club in Cap Estate.

He was wearing a dark blue long-sleeved shirt with white designs and black trousers.

Omar drives a grey Nissan Sylphy, registration #PL2025.

Anyone with information regarding his disappearance is asked to contact the anonymous helpline at 555.

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. If someone calls the anonymous line how do they get the money? Or should they call Bodyholiday Resort?

  2. Wow! This is really terrible that he has gone missing without a trace. There are certainly people who know what happened to him and keeping quiet. It is rather awful! There is something called natural justice.

  3. This is insane a small island 238 square miles and people keep on missing without a trace not even his vehicle could be found . I am beginning to think that the devil took the man away . I prefer to die with nothing but I am not selling my soul for material things like lawyers, politicians and big business people who are after vanity and positions in society …

  4. We have plenty of that in st.lucia, people sleeping with the devil for position and wealth. Their days are numbered . It is only a matter of time. I don’t know but my thinking exactly Alison why don’t they try the marina. Get a search warrant and search every boat in the marina thoroughly. If it was in the us I can guarantee that would have been done. It amazes me that crimes committed 20/30 /40 yearsin the us is being solved today. I am not saying we have the resources that they do for such but our police officers are a bit lazy. They don’t go out of their way to get the dirty work done. There can never be a group of police officers like our orc group nor a police commissioner like Vernon Francois. Our officers needs real training. Please madam commissioner give them the proper training and promote those who are dedicated to the job and will go the extra miles to get the dirty job done. Stop promoting those that but degrees. We have to many crimes going unsolved in our small island. And pray that God direct you in executing your job the right way and in the right direction. Peace and love

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