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Vicky Aurelien Found Safe


Vicky Aurelien reported missing on December 3 after being seen at Marisule Beach at about 11:30 pm, has been found.

The police said Tuesday that the 21-year-old, whose last addresses are Chase Gardens, Castries, Boguis, and Babonneau, is safe, in her family’s care, and good health.

“The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force would like to thank everyone who assisted in locating this young lady,” a police statement said without adding further details.

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  1. In the absence of information/ facts, the public is left with nothing but pure Speculation. A lot was said during this night mare which was endured by the family of both sides.
    I refuse to blame the public for their speculation. The entire odeal took nine days. Nine days the police based their investigation on “Hope.” In this day and age “HOPE” should not be a strategy. Things can happen quick and usually the wrong things. Nine days the police did nothing while they held to the boyfriend’s phone. This phone kept ringing all this time. With technology in place the phone was a key piece of evidence or a witness which could put all speculation to rest within 24 hours. Instead it took nine days hoping for the best.
    Within 24 hours the service provider for the phone could have given an account of the whereabouts of all those involved including the victim. Within 24 hours the victim could have been located as she had her phones making calls all this time.
    Nine days the police did nothing – hoping for the best. If this behaviour does not spell “ Police Incompetence” then I do not know what does. In a very competent environment those in authority should call for a post motem and ask the right questions. What could have been done to speed up the case ? Do we require police training for missing persons ? I am really not impress with the Police in Slu – corruption, incompetence, lazy, uneducated are just some words to describe them

  2. The follow-up and updating of information to the public in Saint Lucia is shoddy at best! In fact, the follow-up and updating is more like that in a Banana Republic! The fact that people are invested in what is going on in the country, demands that respectful updates be given to the public by the authorities whenever events that are newsworthy are updated! Are the authorities taking the citizens for granted?

  3. And my little friend from boguis babonneau that’s the boyfriend needs to part ways with this young lady this is just a start of what is to come so he needs to get out while he still can
    everyone was expecting the worse to come out of that but it turn out good but I say to you my little run as far as you can because who knows what is next


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