Tamila Polius, who believes a partially decomposed body found recently at Lower Morne Road, Castries, is that of her missing sister Sasha Polius, has appealed to young females to be careful.
Tamila spoke to reporters as relatives of the missing woman gathered at the Victoria Hospital mortuary on Friday.
The relatives hoped to get word on the identity of the partially decomposed body.
“Young girls, be careful. Mind who you all mingle with who you all talk to because they have some wicked people out there – they have no sympathy,” Tamila told reporters.
She said the family hoped the police would solve the case of her sister, missing since July 17 when she left home to attend a Barbecue.
“The way it is in Saint Lucia now they don’t solve many murder cases or anything like that. So we’re hoping there’s a change because that person can do that to any other young girl out there, ” Tamila asserted.
“Hopefully, they get a break – they get who did this to move them from the streets so it wouldn’t happen to anybody else,” she stated.
Tamila described her sister Sasha as a fun-loving, jovial and caring individual.
“To the young girls out there, please talk to your family. We knew Sasha was missing since the beginning because she is always communicating with us. So let your family know what’s going on, where you all going, with who,” Tamila advised.
She indicated that in the event something happens, families would have that information.
Headline photo: Tamila Polius