Police say no luck yet in finding missing man

By MyVue News.com Staff Reporter

Basseterre, Thursday, 25th November 2021, (MyVue News.com)-One week after he was first reported missing, there still have been clues to help determine the whereabouts of 29-year-old Jesse Lee, of Lime Kiln, St. Kitts.

Lee’s father, though hoping for the best, has already come to terms with the high possibility that his son is dead.

Police say they have already interviewed several persons, but those discussions have not led to evidence to find the man.

Lee was last seen on Thursday, 18th November, 2021, when a male friend visited his house, while in the presence of his girlfriend, and convinced Jesse to accompany him to an undisclosed location.

He has not been heard from nor seen, since that time.

Police also disclosed that they have carried out several joint searches involving Officers from the Stapleton, Basseterre, and Cayon Police Stations, CID [Criminal Investigation Department], SSU [Special Services Unit], Drug Unit, St. Kitts-Nevis Defence Force, as well as family and friends of Jesse Lee.

These operations targeted the mountains in St. Peter’s, Bayfords, Cayon and surrounding areas.  “To date, nothing to help the investigation was found,” said police in a statement on Thursday, 25th November.

As police continue to ask persons, who may have information, to say something, they promised that “The searches will continue.”

They also committed that they will also continue to interview persons who may have useful information. 

Superintendent of Police, Cromwell Henry, said, “I want to assure the public that we are not treating this investigation lightly and we are doing all within our means to bring this matter to closure.  We just ask for your support and assistance as we cannot do it alone.”

Persons who want to assist the Police can also call the crime hotline at 707 where information can be given anonymously.

Missing persons, James Lee

Main Photo: Superintendent Cromwell Henry

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