Advertisement 294
Advertisement 211
jane doe.jpg2

One of the tattoos on the body.

Advertisement 219

Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, on Monday, released photos of tattoos on the body of the unidentified female found in Richmond Hill on Thursday, as efforts continue to identify the deceased.

“Since the discovery of the body, the police was (sic) unable to identify the body. In addition, no one has come forward to claim or identify the deceased,” police said in a statement on Monday.

Police said that the body is that of a female aged between 15 and 20 years old.
It is of slim build, dark complexion and approximately 5 feet, seven inches.

The body has negroid hair, about twelves inches in length.

There is a  tattoo on the right forearm with the words “Love is pain”. 

Advertisement 21
JANE DOE 3
The gold-plated chain found on the female body.

There is also a tattoo on the left forearm with the words “strength” followed by the insignia of a  cross. 

She was also wearing a gold-plated neck chain and a pendant with the word “Taurus”.

jane doe.jpg2
The other tattoo on the body.

Police are asking people with information that can assist in identifying the body to telephone 1-784-457-1211,  1-784-456-1810 or call any police station or speak with any police officer with whom they are comfortable. 

“All information received would be treated confidentially. Investigations into the incident continue,” police said. 

Advertisement 128

4 replies on “Police release photos in attempt to identify female body ”

  1. Plain Truth says:

    I think this helped as name is being circulated on fb, “Precious”. Whoever she is. That poor girl

  2. I hope the judicial system be changed in St. Vincent and be given back the death penalty for murderous crimes against humanity. I hope they find her killer or killers. And I hope the judges stop giving little hampsy scraspy days for people who kill in St. Vincent. Up the game and let killers be punished for killing another human being. Its the judge system in these Islands why people kill, and kill, and keep killing. Look at the bigger countries and learn from them. Lethal injections or life with no parole with jail term up to all 70 years in jail….let them die in jail.

  3. nancysauldemers says:

    You can do better, iWitness News, in writing and editing. It’s important because you set a standard for all readers across the nation. Did I just read, “…or speak with any police officer with which they are comfortable with.”??? How about “or speak with any police officer with whom they are comfortable.” Previously, the language in your articles was of a very high standard. What has changed to cause this deterioration?

Comments are closed.