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Police Probe The Discovery Of Two Bodies In Separate Locations

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Saint Lucia police are investigating the discovery of two bodies in separate locations along the Millennium Highway and at Ti Morne.

According to reports, police learned of a body in an advanced stage of decomposition along the Millennium Highway.

That discovery occurred on Wednesday.

Due to the advanced decomposition, the deceased’s sex was not apparent.

The other case involved Joseph Isidore.

Joseph Isidore
Joseph Isidore – Deceased

Relatives said they found the young man’s decomposing body with a rope above on Saturday in bushes a short distance from his home in Ti Morne, Union.

The relatives had reported the twenty-year-old, who had faced mental health challenges,  missing on December 14, 2023.

At the time of his death, Isidore was a hospitality sector employee.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. WHY THERE’S SO MANY MURDERS INVOLVING EXTREMELY YOUNG PEOPLE? OUR LIVES AS HUMAN BEINGS DOESN’T SEEM TO WORTH MUCH ANYMORE. ALL THESE MURDERS FOR WHAT? FOR MONEY, FOR WOMEN, FOR GOLD AND SILVER? WE ARE SUCH A STRIVING STRUGGLING COUNTRY. TOURISM IS ONE OF THE MOST AND KNOWN INDUSTRIES ON THE ISLAND 🏝 WHO WANTS TO COME AND DO BUSINESS WITH US? SHOULD I ENCOURAGE FOREIGNERS TO COME HERE?

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