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Police Appeal For Information After Vieux Fort Double Homicide


On Thursday, February 22, 2024 about 7:50 p.m., the Criminal Investigations Department in Vieux-Fort, responded to a shooting, which occurred between Roots Alley and George Shine Drive, Vieux-Fort.

Following the incident, six (6) men were assessed, having sustained apparent gunshot injuries.

Two  (2) of the individuals, identified as twenty-three-year-old (23) Quincy Mathurin, also known as “One Shot” from Cedar Heights, Vieux-Fort, and Edley Celise of Martin Luther King Street, Vieux-Fort, succumbed due to their injuries.

The remaining victims have received medical attention and are currently reported to be in a stable condition.

Anyone with information related to this incident, is asked to contact the Vieux-Fort Police Station at 285-7258 or the Major Crimes Unit at 4563754.

Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided by dialing the number 555 (the Crime Hotline) or by using the RSLPF Crime Hotline Application, which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Information is Install Cameras Island wide and Decease from asking eye Witnesses to come Foward with Information

  2. It is now time for foreign intervention. We talk about independence but really would the French tolerate that kind of maji in Martinique or Guadeloupe, would the Dutch tolerate it in Aruba or Bonaire, would the US tolerate it in St. Croix or Puerto Rico, would the UK tolerate it in Anguilla, BVI or the Caymans? Bobolists are busy doing bobol, the volairs are busy thieving and politicians doing jess. Nobody cares about the population. They are just fooled the whole time.

  3. There are people who know who are commiting the crimes as most of the young men are still living at their mothers home. There are also women who are in relationships with those cockroaches. They should be ashame of themselves…

  4. Democracy has failed Saint Lucia. We need a dictator, dictators have law and order and low crime rates in their countries.

    These democratic politicians have failed us. They have no clue, no budget, no plan to decrease the murder rate. Year After year no matter who come in power the murder rate continue to rise.

    The prison is over populated with young harden criminals who don’t mind taking a trip to Bordelais because there is no deterrent and so the cycle of crime continues.

    We need a dictator.

  5. The hand of God never cesse in time of trouble !
    GOD always bless those who bless the country 🇱🇨 St Lucia where I was migrated..
    He FORGIVE alot but never FORGET was SAID OR DONE ❗

  6. Neither one party or the other cannot solve crime or difficult times will not erase the promise of God !!
    God does not gives us what we cannot handle, but allows the ennemis,to teach us in the hard way, because


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