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HOMICIDE IN DESRUISSEAUX

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HOMICIDE IN DESRUISSEAUX

 

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Elias Steve Louisy, as a result of an incident which occurred on Friday May 18, 2018, about 9:00 a.m. at Desruisseaux, Micoud.

 

Elias Steve Louisy, a seventy-six (76) year old and his seventy-three (73) year old wife, Muriel Louisy both residents of Desruisseaux, Micoud sustained injuries about the body following an attack at their residence by an unknown assailant wielding a cutlass.

 

Both victims were conveyed to the St Jude’s Hospital where Muriel Louisy is admitted in stable condition. Elias Steve Louisy succumbed to his injuries on Monday, May 21, 2018 about 4:59 p.m.  

 

A post mortem examination is scheduled for Tuesday, May 22, 2018.

 

Three individuals are currently in police custody in relation to this incident. Investigations are continuing into this matter.

 

This was the tenth (10) recorded homicide for the year 2018.

 

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to extend condolences to the bereaved family and friends.

 

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the nearest police station or the Micoud Police station at 456-3670.

 

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