Tamila Polius is losing hope that her missing sister, Sasha Polius, will return home alive after a partially decomposed body was found on Sunday at Lower Morne Road, Castries.
Police are yet to identify the deceased.
But Tamila is convinced that it’s her sibling.
“They said she had a red top. That’s the top she left home with. We just have to wait for the police to give us confirmation,” the distraught sister told reporters.
Shasha has been missing since July 17, when she left to attend a Barbecue and failed to respond to repeated attempts to contact her via mobile telephone and through her friends.
Her sister Tamila said it was not like the missing 23-year-old not to respond or contact her family regarding her whereabouts.
As a result, the family made a report to the police.
Tamila described her missing sister as ‘fun-loving’ and an individual who made people laugh.
She said Sasha had no problems with anyone.
Tamila recalled the last time she saw her sister, her sibling was about to leave to go to the barbecue.
“As big sister, I was telling her ‘Stay home’ and things like that. But she laughed. She said she was going to a barbecue. She told my daughter – she came, she kissed her. She said ‘I love you Debbie, Bye-bye’ and she left. That’s the last we heard from her.”
Headline photo: Sasha Polius