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Fire Destroys Ten Impounded Motorcycles In Marigot Police Station Parking Lot

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On Sunday June 18, 2023 about 3:25 a.m. Officers attached to the Marigot Police Station were alerted to fire in the station parking lot.

Upon further investigations Officers observed ten (10) impounded motorcycles were fully
engulfed by fire. A shop adjacent to the said parking lot was also partially destroyed by the fire.

Marigot police station

The Saint Lucia Fire Service was summoned and an assessment of damages was made. All ten (10) motorcycles were completely destroyed by the fire.

Investigations are ongoing into this incident.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force urges anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the nearest police station or Marigot Police Station at 456-3895 or the CRIME Hotline at 555 for anonymous reporting.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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10 COMMENTS

  1. The way I see it someone caught those bikes on fire cause there are plenty of times people have stolen back their bikes or cars that the police have seized right under the noses of the police. Those bikes have been there for a long time and are even dilapidated. I wonder if it was the police them selves that caught the bikes on fire to make space in the congested yard or someone was paid to do it.

  2. Well done… we just need some “accidents” to happen to the criminals themselves. We need to come down to their level.

  3. Most of these Sub Policd Stations are Hotels .Babonneau police Station .Holds a Record for Murder Suspects to Escape and Nothing being Done about that.The others are Cooling out Stations Gros .Islet .Rodney Bay .Marshand.Central .Anse.La.Raye

  4. I always wondered why st Lucia police don’t like cameras. Camara seems to be a deterrent to the police themselves. I was told that most of the stations don’t have and if any they not functioning. minister of security please look into that. put cameras at the police stations and make sure they always work in strategic locations. they need plenty in babonneau

  5. So who cares… corruption everywhere. Last week was Passports this week is motorcycle s. I wonder what next week will entails

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