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Man found dead in STT harbour

November 15th, 2017 | Tags: St Thomas Harbour body found Glen Dratte Coast Guard
The dead man was identified as Eral Frett, 63. At the time of his discovery, the deceased was wearing a long, brown pants, black sneakers and a multicolored shirt, according to police.
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CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI — The [US] Virgin Islands (VIPD) on Tuesday, November 15, 2017 announced that a body had been found in the St Thomas harbour near the Coast Guard dock, US Virgin Islands (USVI) and that the force was investigating the matter while seeking the community’s assistance, according to Glen Dratte, the VIPD’s public information officer.

Mr Dratte said the VIPD was dispatched to the location at about 8:13 A.M., and met Coast Guard personnel already on the scene.

Upon arrival, officers discovered the male victim, who was examined by EMTs and later pronounced dead.

He was identified as Eral Frett, 63. At the time of his discovery, the deceased was wearing a long, brown pants, black sneakers and a multicolored shirt, according to police.

Mr. Dratte said the VIPD’s major crimes unit was investigating the incident. Police are asking anyone with information to call 340-774-2211 ext., 5569, or 340-714-9830. You may also contact Crime Stoppers USVI and leave your anonymous tip here.

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