ST. THOMAS — The V.I. Police Department said Sunday that it’s still seeking the community’s assistance to locate a woman who went missing in St. Thomas over a month ago.
According to the V.I.P.D., on March 15 at approximately 7:47 a.m., a citizen visited the Richard Callwood Command in St. Thomas and reported that his wife, Mikerlange Damier, went missing. The man stated that his wife was last seen on Monday, March 14 and he has not heard from her since.
Mrs. Damier is 35 years old; she is about 5 feet, 5 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds and has black hair, according to a description of the woman provided by the V.I.P.D.
The V.I.P.D. said there was a possible sighting of Mrs. Damier on March 17 around the Palm Passage area in St. Thomas. She was last seen attired in a grey hoodie, dark pants, and a bonnet on her head.
The V.I.P.D. is asking anyone with information about the whereabouts of Mrs. Damier, or if you’ve seen her, to contact the Criminal Investigation Bureau at 340-774-2211 ext., 5554. You may also contact the Major Crimes Unit at 340-642-8449, or the Chief’s Office at 340-715-5548.
Additionally, you can contact Crime Stoppers USVI here with an anonymous tip.
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