UPDATED: Body discovered burnt beyond recognition

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UPDATED: Body discovered burnt beyond recognition

Police sources have confirmed that a body, burnt beyond recognition, was discovered in the remains of Range Rover in the Windward Hills area of Cap Estate, Gros Islet Saturday night.

St. Lucia News Online (SNO) first got the report about 12:51 a.m. of a fire in Cap Estate and that the charred remains of a body was found in a vehicle.  Our news team was however told by the source that a report was made as early as 9:30 p.m. about the incident.

However, at the time (around 1 a.m.) when we made our inquiries, an officer at the Gros Islet Police Station confirmed that they received a report but could not immediately provide details or verify certain info we requested. So leaning on the side of caution, SNO decided not to broadcast the unofficial report.

SNO searched for the scene until 2 a.m. without luck. Our news team observed the Rambally’s vehicle and the police team pass us twice on Windward Hill Road while we were heading out.

However, news surfaced later this morning confirming the discovery of the burnt body and vehicle.

The body, believed to be that of a male, is still unidentified. It was found in the front passenger seat.

Police are currently combing their records for clues, checking for missing vehicle and person reports.

This is the third such discovery so far this year.

Police have still not identified the body of a decomposing man which was discovered on the Marisule beach in Gros Islet on Tuesday, April 15 about 2 p.m. Police told reporters that the deceased, believed to be the body of a young male, was found covered by sheet by a female passerby.

On April 9, the decomposing body of 22-year-old Jamie Innocent aka Foxx of Morne Du Don, Castries was discovered in bushes in Pigeon Point, Gros Islet with his head covered in a sack and his feet bound in bushes .

A post mortem revealed Innocent died from hemorrhagic shock secondary to blunt force trauma. No one has been arrested in connection with this homicide.

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  1. its so hard to be positive.......JESUS help us...........it's very sad that we are currently living in a world where human life has become so cheap.........and it's only getting worse...people have given up on even trying to live a positive live and have thrown caution to the wind and now live their life based on the next source of pleasure...which will eventually lead to crimes such as this.

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  2. Madso what do you know that the rest of St.Lucia dont know? If you know something go to the authorities its the right thing to do if not shut the hell up ok.

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  3. When will the prim minister addressed the nation about all the all the homicides and all the ills that are destroying the island reputation. Thats is not good for the tourist industrey. Who the hell is incharged of St.Lucia's well being? I think its time for the nation to have an all out demonstration island wide including all schools, civil servants, police offices, nurses against all the crimes that are being committed on the island. The pm need to step up or step down. He acts like everything is alright in St. Lucia and its aint.

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  4. Ignorant comments. He was my friend and a lovely well respected man. If you know something tell the police. If you don't shut up.

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  5. Jah Rastafari king of kings lord or lord. Give thanks an prise to the most high. Jay mi na kno where fi start. D las time we talk you call me on my earthstrong a week before dem ave fi come tek your life. All up till now mi pray to jah jah d las ting I seh to you an thank god mi did I an I tell you mi love you and stay outta trouble. To be safe talk to you trears coming down mi eye dem as I talking to you right now jay. I an I did almost have your paper all ready to send down so you can come have a betta life. I an I can hardly see wah mi ah write right now . But Jah Rastafri please guide and protect family and friends of dis young man who did have to leave dis world like that. Jay everyday mi look pon your picture on my wall and seh a likkle pray fi you anytime mi a walk pass you. mi feel u mi know seh u a watch I. I an I always said you cyann pree mi from inna lucia lol but now big mon you cyann watch and protect mi from up above. Bwoi watch ova mi please mi feel like mi could talk to you everyday. Shotta you will be missed enuff .... Love Shabine xoxox.

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  6. Maciay....to all. If you were not there then you DO NOT know. You are attracting negative /crime.energy on St. Lucia by judging.

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  7. Nobody deserves to die like that. Condolences to his loved ones. There is a judgement day and the person responsible for this will have to account for their actions when that time comes.

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  8. In this business if u can't fly straight then they will straighten u in a casket..........you all too greedy.....u can't have it all.....goods and cash n don't expect the grim reaper to come knocking.

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    • sounds like some of u know wut happened...was this some kind of deal gone bad? i see another person commentin about child payin for sins of the father etc..mweh confused. unconfuse me uh.

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  9. The amount of crime in these country is ridiculous. The Prime Minister is not helping plus his Wife is a WITCH. Just remember God is more POWERFUL than any of you.

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    • You watch too many crime dramas 🙂 But anything is possible. The heart of men has become hardened, put nothing pass them

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  10. Maybe someone's faking their death? Too much debt? Who knows? It's a possibility. Body unidentified. St Lucia has no means of dental records recognition....forget that. Maybe, just maybe. It could be anything. We'll never know. We're no equipped for such. Good-bye

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  11. The last days. Worst things have to happen. The devil is rampant in st lucia especiallt the young ppl selling there souls to the devil. Read revalation. Repent best place to be in christ hands saved under his blood:)

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  12. What is happing to this beautiful island , we must all stand together to stop all crime.
    , greed is the number one reson for most crimes at all levels in our country.

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  13. Things are not going to get better. we are living in the last days. end of times. things are to happen even worse. there cannot be a promise of restoration. the devil has clearly captured the minds of people and he is hitting even harder now that his time is drawing nigh. peace will come when our maker returns.... there are unsolved crimes in high technology countries ,, what would make st lucia better off? we cant even keep up with technology.....and we will never catch up..

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  14. We must never take out prayer in Parliament. Even if he hypocritically puts it back. It should have never happen in the first place. And his wife is a WITCH? Check out this links

    http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=131567

    http://www.modernghana.com/news/363984/1/witches-conference-underway-in-tamale.html

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  15. YES AND SOON THEY WILL FIND 2 MORE BODIES MALE AND FEMALE IN THE MORNE AREA THE DOG WILL LEARN NOT TO CHEAT IN THE NEXT LIFE

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