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Crime Stoppers: Who Killed Sabree Spencer?

According to Answer.com, “There are two sides to an issue or a conflict (the Pros and the Cons). As an individual, you lie on either one side of the situation or the other.” Let’s help our law enforcement officers reduce crime.

On Aug. 5 around 11 p.m. in Mon Bijou, St. Croix, Sabree Spencer became the latest victim of gun violence in the territory. Yes, Spencer had a criminal history and was recently released from prison and, yes, it is possible his death was the result of retaliation for something he did to someone else. However, none of that justifies the killing of Spencer or any another individual.

Law enforcement officers cannot identify and arrest the killer(s) or solve any of the other homicides in the territory by themselves. Nor can they put an end to the senseless killings of our children and grandchildren. Often it requires citizens like you to speak up; doing so means you are part of the solution.

If you know anything about who is responsible for the death of Spencer or any of the other unsolved homicides, please call 911 ASAP.

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If you feel the need to remain anonymous, then submit your information on this or any other crime at www.CrimeStoppersUSVI.org or by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Your calls to Crime Stoppers are completely anonymous, and the stateside operators speak several languages. If your tip leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen property, illegal drugs or weapons, in addition to being part of the solution, you will receive a cash reward to be paid according to your instructions.

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