By Admin. Updated 1:56 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2022, Atlantic Standard Time (GMT-4).
A body found in a bag at Richmond Hill on May 12 could be that of a young lady of the East Kingstown community of Walvaroo, sources have told One News St. Vincent.
Police have been informed about the matter by sources that have assisted the police with the identification of the body.
Sources have said that the body could be that of a past student of the Sion Hill Government School and the West St. George Secondary School (whose name we have withheld until an official release by the police).
The person in question is around 18/19 years old, and sources say “the deseased from time to time she often leaves home without stating where she’s going or who she’s going with”.
The identification was possible after police released photos today of tattoos and a chain found on the body they discovered on May 12 matched with symbols the young lady from Walvaroo possessed.
Read the full police report here:
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGFPF) is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of a female that was discovered on Thursday May 12, 2022 at Richmond Hill in the vicinity of Joyette’s Auto Collision.
Since the discovery of the body, the police was unable to identify the body. In addition, no one has come forward to claim or identify the deceased. As a result, the police wish to disseminate the following information to the public about the deceased.
Name and occupation: Unknown
Age: Between 15 to 20 years
Height: Approximately 5 feet, seven inches
Hair: Negroid, about twelves inches in length
Marks on the body:
Tattoo on the right forearm with the words “Love is pain”.
Tattoo on the left forearm with the words “strength” followed by the insignia of a cross.
She was also a wearing gold plated neck chain and a pendant with the words “Taurus”.
Anyone with information that can assist in identifying the deceased is encouraged to contact the Assistant Commissioner -in-charge of Crimes at telephone number 1-784-457-1211; the Officer-in-charge of the Criminal Investigations Department at 1-784-456-1810, or any police station or police officer you are comfortable with. All information received would be treated confidentially.
Investigations into the incident continue.
Up to press time, we were unable to confirm whether