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‘Electrical Issue’ Disrupts Immigration Department Operations


The General Public is notified that an electrical issue at the Lamar Building on Bridge Street in Castries, has disrupted operations at our offices.

This building houses the Immigration Department, the Criminal Records Office, and several other Police units.

As a result of this occurrence, the operations of the Immigration Department, Criminal Records Office, and other associated Police Units have been impeded. Therefore, the public is hereby notified of the early closure of our offices, as the situation is remedied.

The Royal Saint Luca Police Force gives public the reassurance that every effort is being made to resume its operations. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. and just so you guys know its not only this office that does no have electricity it went as far as first national bank the smaller one and all the way to taxi boutique


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