Crime Stoppers calls on public to assist police investigations into the death of Gallion man

Crime Stoppers Dominica is appealing to anyone with information that could assist investigations following an incident in Roseau on Thursday, May 18, 2017 which resulted in the death of Fabien Jeremy Bellot of Gallion.

The police are investigating the incident which they have described as a “suspected unlawful homicide”. Acting on information received, police discovered an injured Bellot on the river bank in Roseau in the vicinity of Save a Lot Supermarket.

According to Police PRO Pellham Jno. Baptiste, Bellot was in a semi-conscious state with multiple wounds to the head and face. He later died Princess Margaret Hospital where he was examined but he succumbed soon after that.

Information can be submitted anonymously by calling 1-800-TIPS [8477] or online at www.crimestoppersdominica.org.

The public is reminded that Crime Stoppers Dominica is a non-Government community based organisation (separate from law enforcement). The organization was established to give the public the opportunity to report crime without having their identity being revealed. Calls are answered by a professionally trained attendant at a call center outside of Dominica.  The attendant will not ask for your name and as such, your identity is fully protected and could never be revealed.  The call is free, it is confidential and there is no caller ID.  Tips can also be submitted online at www.crimestoppersdominica.org.

 

How Crime Stoppers Works

If you have information on any type of CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, whether it has already happened, is in progress or is going to happen.

  • Call 1-800-TIPS [8477] and give the operator the information or go online at crimestoppersdominica.org and click the Submit Tip button.  Do not give your name.
  • Your call is answered by a professionally trained attendant at a call center outside of Dominica.  The call is free, it is confidential and there is no caller ID.  The information is then transmitted to the Police who proceeds to take the necessary action.

 

About Crime Stoppers International

Founded in 1976, Crime Stoppers has more than 1,200 programmes in more than 25 countries. Tips have led to just under 1,000,000 arrests being made with billions of dollars of property and drugs being recovered.

CRIME STOPPERS IS SAFE AND IT WORKS.

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3 Comments

  1. May 24, 2017

    The news release stated that he was found in the vicinity of a well known supermarket so why can’t the police request a review of the security cameras from that supermarket to make a break through in this case. If that has not been don, then I don’t think that proper diligence is being followed by the police in this case. This victim was another human being and his death should be treated with the same value as any other case deemed to be a murder or homicide whichever they choose to categorize it. Sometimes I believe the police are too slow in combing through incidences for evidence yet they demand more pay

  2. Let The Truth Be Known - Original
    May 23, 2017

    May the perpetrator be caught. It is the public’s obligation to report crimes, as mentioned by Crime Stoppers. In other words, as nationals, it is our duty to report them, to help stop and eradicate crimes. In so doing, you could help to save a life, many lives for that matter. Properties could also be retrieved by reporting crimes and the perpetrators arrested and charged.
    Observing crimes committed, knowing about them and not reporting them, you will be aiding and abetting, causing crimes to flourish in the land. Therefore, fellow D/cans, as concerned nationals, do your part in this respect. What is more, when you report it to Crime Stoppers, you do so incognito. Therefore, you have nothing to worry about. Simply keep quiet about it that you reported it to Crime Stoppers. No one will know.
    Let us help keep Dominica safe, secure and peaceful and Dominicans, also happy. This is the life God meant for us to live. Who would not want that?
    God bless everyone!

  3. free
    May 23, 2017

    Save A lot has no cameras.????…..all businesses should have that….

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