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Police Appeal For Information After Sunny Acres Double Homicide

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Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting at Sunny Acres, Castries.

A report of a shooting was referred to the Criminal Investigations Department, Castries about 5:40 a.m. on Saturday May 20, 2023.

On arrival on the scene Officers were informed that two (2) individuals were shot multiple times in a motor vehicle heading North bound towards Castries near Gablewoods Shopping Mall, Sunny Acres, Castries.

The two individuals were later transported to the Owen King European Union Hospital via an ambulance.

Police Probe Double Homicide

The two individuals were identified as twenty-eight (28) year old female, Saraphina Smith/ Windian Blaze of Westhall Group, Vieux Fort and twenty-nine (29) year old male, Akim Henry of Marchand Boulevard.

They were later pronounced dead by a medical practitioner.

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force wishes to urge anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the nearest police station or the Criminal Investigations Department at 456-3770, 456-3817 or the Crime Hotline at 555 (for anonymous reporting).

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I will have to start probe cases for you people, because the populace no longer have trust in the police to share info. Do you know how many people may have known these two individuals and there potential cause of death? Most of all are those cameras working or they are just white elephant?

  2. Go and do y’all reach, you all only want eye witness. After we are already paying so much taxes to provide you all with a paycheck, you all still want us to work for you all again, and next thing our names all over the place ?
    Go do y’all work .

  3. Can someone speak on behalf of the magistrates to tell us about the firearms cases that can never be heard. Oh sorry, the Adjourned cases.

  4. “……in a motor vehicle heading North bound towards Castries near Gablewoods Shopping Mall, Sunny Acres, Castries.” Geography 101 will be offered for free for RSLPF staff! Stop wasting our time and solve the crimes by accessing all cell phone data in the area at the time- what is preventing the RSLFP from accessing this information from flow and digi? Send Mary of a 6 month cruise and shake up our rights by accessing all private messages on cell phones– this my friends will reveal criminals ( politicians, pastors, police officers).

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