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RVIPF renews appeal for info into ‘Snoopy’s disappearance

June 23rd, 2016 | Tags: Devern Stanley Snoopy missing man RVIPF
Devern Stanley, 28, missing by family members on June 7, 2016 who stated that he was last seen Saturday, June 4, 2016 at his home in Free Bottom. Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI– While continuing to follow all lines of inquiry into the disappearance of Devern 'Snoopy’ Stanley, The Royal Virgin Islands Police (RVIPF) is renewing its appeal to the public for information that could help with its investigation.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Alwin James explained that now is not the time to be silent.

“If you know anything about Stanley’s disappearance, tell us. We will follow through on all credible bits of information but it is important that we do so now. We need your assistance. The time to speak up is now,” he said.

Police with the assistance of the Territory Search and Rescue Team (TSART) have mounted several searches on Tortola since Stanley was reported missing on June 7, 2016. He still has not been found.

Members of his family stated that he was last seen Saturday, June 4, 2016 at the home in Free Bottom. Others reported seeing him at the Crystal Nightclub after midnight the next morning.

Persons who know the whereabouts or have information about the disappearance of Devern Stanley are asked to contact detectives of the Major Crime Team directly at 368-5682. Persons can also give that information to the RVIPF Intelligence Unit at 368-9339 or report the information anonymously to Crimestoppers through its Miami-based hotline number 800-TIPS (8477). 

4 Responses to “RVIPF renews appeal for info into ‘Snoopy’s disappearance”

  • Xxx (23/06/2016, 21:22) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    They well know where he is
  • sorry to say (24/06/2016, 06:47) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    I'm praying he's alive but that gut feeling is telling me he's no longer with us. God have mercy on us and this place we call home. This is sad.
  • there is always an other way (24/06/2016, 18:00) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well if people not talking or gaving information to help find this person..as parents we have to do what we have to do for our children whether or not its out of the books...thats if you want to wait till the police find him...we dont know how long it would be or take it better to find him urself...then youll know where you stand..if to go head over heels to find him and make the ppl them pay after you find him...its up to you..
  • Hmmm (25/06/2016, 07:01) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Smh!! The BVI full of demons and evil ppl!! How can a place so small and sweet have so many killer secrets


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