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Police Seek Public Help In Vieux Fort Homicide Probe


On Tuesday, February 6, 2024 about 10:20pm, Police Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Vieux-Fort Police Station responded to a shooting at La-Resource, Vieux Fort.

One male victim who suffered several injuries due to a shooting was conveyed to St. Jude Hospital for medical care.

The victim succumbed to those injuries and was later declared deceased by a medical practitioner at the institution. The deceased has been identified as thirty-six-year-old (36) Rick Kisna of La-Resource, Vieux Fort.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Vieux-Fort Police Station at 285-7258 or the Criminal Investigations Department at 456-3770.

Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided by dialing 555 (the Crime Hotline) or by utilizing the RSLPF Crime Hotline Application, which is available in Google Play Store.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Demand from Government Modern Technology Equipments to Solve Crime in St.Lucia stop asking for eye Witnesses to give Statements .This is a Very Deadly thing to ask Witness to put their Lives at Risk .Its time the police do Better than that

  2. Those criminals are cowards and just a bunch of cockroaches . I am sure that you all can’t sleep at nights but your day will come . The women who sleep with you all know that you all are murderers you all mothers know that you all are murderers but they refuse to report you all to the police but I am telling you all that you all are cowards who can’t sleep at nights dirty hungry murderers who can’t sleep at nights. The police need to find the man on cctv and track the vehicles at the time they shoot the man hungry criminals

  3. Fast money, those criminals will never live thier homes and go and work for lubeco, st lu, barons , icon security, food mart, liquor store , the brewery ,guardsmen, M&C home depot, Spencer gas station, coconut bay for 3 EC dollars an hour . The system is to oppressive . In New York I earn 40 dollars an hour so will I ever come back to st Lucia and work for them capitalist thieves for 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour ….

  4. @minimum wage not everyone is lucky to do so but in the mean time there is something called integrity and honest living you don’t need to make 40usd to be happy or living well you could be happy as a birthday living in St Lucia feeling free enjoying the beach the sunshine etc etc I think we need to dig deeper into ourselves and being. Ask ourselves what is the purpose of our life, then get ready to embark on that journey. Just imagine once upon a time folks lived in St Lucia with next to nothing and were happy, they didn’t kill each other for food, money or petty stuff, now we have a different type of generation with a wicked heart envy, jealousy and greed…. people would do anything these days for money….


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