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Police Appeal For Information After Two Latest Homicides

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Saint Lucia police have appealed for information from the public as they investigate the Island’s two latest homicides.

On Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at about 3:10 pm, Criminal Investigation Department, Castries officers responded to a homicide at Crownlands, Castries.

The officers encountered one male victim with apparent gunshot wounds.

A medical practitioner at the scene pronounced the victim, identified as Brinattos Stephen of Bruceville, Vieux Fort, dead.

Shortly after, at about 5:17 pm, investigators discovered another deceased male with apparent gunshot wounds.

He has been identified as Shawn Paul of Black Street, Micoud.

Investigations are ongoing into the shootings.

The police have said that anyone with information regarding the homicides could anonymously call 555 (the Crime Hotline) or use the Police Crime Hotline Application, available in the Google Play Store.

So far, for 2024, Saint Lucia has recorded 24 homicides, primarily due to gun violence.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Salop I know what happen but the police officer don’t give eye witness protection when you give all the information they needed they record all what you say an live you in the streets to die. Give me 1million dollars an I’m coming upfront to give all the information that you needed so you can solve that crime

  2. Okay !!
    “There is Only One who is good,a lawyer,a judge and an eye Witness, which shows no favoritisme for a bribe” !!

  3. Police live eyewitness in st Lucia to get killed. Once the eye witness gives the information that they need they don’t care about the eye witness any more

  4. Saddened by the recent homicides in St. Lucia. Two more innocent lives taken away by senseless violence. I hope the police are able to find the perpetrators and bring them to justice. The community needs peace and safety. #StLucia #homicides #justice

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