We are so grateful to Anse Aux Pins police


These people need to be commended for the work they did in helping me and my family to rescue our grandchild from the escaped convict at Anse Aux Pins.

Words are not enough to express the family’s pain and depression over the dilemma we experienced when our 14-year-old grandchild started to run away ¬– sleeping on the beach, under rocks, in ruins and also at times at the escaped convict’s house.

One can imagine the state the family was in during those times. Whenever our grandchild was on the run, we made it our duty to report it to the police, who always helped us.

For those parents who have been enduring this kind of calamity in the past, I do understand and share with them their grief, their pain and their depression. I can understand now because my whole family has been going through the same dilemma for several months now.

Today, I am launching an appeal and would appreciate it if men like this one receive very “good” punishment for their deeds.

It is high time that we recognise the work being done by our men in uniform. With more ongoing training, I am sure they will become better policemen of whom society will be proud.

Once again I would like to take this opportunity to thank you, police officers, for the help you rendered to my family. Your support has been very much valued. Keep up the good work.

Mrs Fatima Agathine

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