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‘Apparent Gunshot Wounds’ Found On Body In Car At Vigie

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Police probing a report on Tuesday morning of a body in a car parked near the George F.L. Charles airport fence have disclosed that the male deceased had ‘apparent gunshot wounds.’

The vehicle’s registration number is PK 155.

Shervon Matthieu, acting assistant superintendent in charge of the Criminal Investigations Department in Castries, told reporters that eyewitnesses reported seeing the vehicle parked near the airport fence since Saturday.

Matthieu said the deceased was in the passenger seat of the vehicle.

“Upon examination of that body we noticed that the body may have apparent gunshot wounds,” he stated.

Matthieu explained that the investigation was ongoing.

“We have not been able to identify the body, but if anybody knows who a Nissan Wingroad, registration number PK 155, silver in colour, they could contact the CID,” he told reporters.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Why are the police asking persons if they know who the vehicle belongs to. Really? In 2024? A simple call to TRANSPORT BOARD will tell you who the vehicle is registered to and then you take it from there.
    AA!

  2. WOWWW, Mr CID Officer, as a member of the RSLPF, can’t U go 2 Min of Transport and find out who’s the owner of the said vehicle; then contact who’s name is registered to the said vehicle?πŸ˜³πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”……THEN U “might” be able to identify the person πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ™†β€β™€οΈ

  3. Unbelievable! How come that car has been parked at that spot since Saturday and the Saint Lucian authorities did not check it out!!? Come on, people in authority –you have a responsibility to be more vigilant!!! What if Al Queda or Islamic State or other terrorists were in that car scouting out the airport for a runway bombing, etc., you mean to tell me that the local authorities would not have noticed that a “death car” was parked outside the perimeter fence of the airport for 3 days???!!! This is totally unbelievable, and totally unacceptable!!! Where are the leaders of our national security??? If the USA knew this is how sloppy we are with our perimeter fence at our airports, the US State Department would probably put us on “stand by” until we can prove that we are in compliance with such basic airport security matters!

    The evils of sin and death are destroying Saint Lucia! Unless we truly repent and turn our lives to God –in spirit and in truth –we will all perish! While we still have time today, each of us has a personal responsibility to β€œcome clean” before God, repent of our sins and wickedness, and turn to live a life of uprightness and truth before God! Jesus Christ came into the world for such a purpose! Seize the day, my people, because for any one of us this could be our final warning! This is the truth from the Word of God!

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