Police are investigating the death of football coach Cassius Glasgow whose body was found at a house in Cedars, Castries.
The body had what appeared to be a bullet wound to the head, a law enforcement official disclosed.
Glasgow’s body was discovered about 8.am Monday.
The deceased was well known for his work coaching children in the Marchand area.
Persons who knew him well have expressed shock at his death, saying they are unaware of any reason why anyone would want to harm ‘Cassie-boom’ as he was affectionately known.
They recalled that he would exert himself to assist the young people of Marchand, at times even supplying them with meals.
“He was devoted to the young children,” a friend of the deceased told St Lucia Times.
Others expressed outrage that photos of Glasgow’s nude body, slumped on the floor of his living room with blood oozing from his head, have been circulating on social media.
One individual acquainted with the football coach said his death came as he was about to start a football team with young females in the Marchand community.